A young lady has stirred reactions online after she showed how she met her car when she woke up in the morning. She posted photos showing how her car was destroyed.
The truth is the rate of crime across many states have increased over the past few months. We have seen situations where people are advised to not walk or drive to some particular areas to avoid been victimised. Also, many people have been advised to always park their vehicles in safe locations.
Well, as mentioned above, a Twitter user identified as Fehintoluwa Okegbenle posted some photos showing how burglars destroyed her car and went away with important car components. After she posted the photos, many consoled her. When she was asked if they took vital documents, she said no. She said only car components were carted away. She also complained about how expensive the car parts are.
See the post:
See how concerned people reacted to the post:
In conclusion, this type of news is proof that our security operatives need to do more. Also, everyone should be more security conscious.
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