Another heartbreaking video of a Nigerian girl going insane after alighting from a vehicle has just emerged on the internet.
- The Jeep in question
This time, a driver of a black Lexus Jeep violently pushed a young girl out of his car, and he immediately zoomed off nearly crushing an innocent bystander at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University back gate, Ifitte, Anambra state.
Meanwhile, from the video shared online; the young lady instantly began exhibiting signs of a madness as onlookers watched on. It took the intervention of some other ladies at the scene who stopped her from taking off her clothes.
- The young girl being held
From the look of things, this footage is not from a mounted CCTV — so, was the camera on standby waiting for the event to happen or is it a mere coincidence?
However, I feel the camera man should be tracked for questioning and further investigation. Also, he might just be recording something else entirely.
Some users who are of the opinion that this might be a staged skit were immediately addressed, by an eyewitness who shared her own recording.
- An eyewitness account
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