Diary Of A Young Nigerian

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If history has taught Lagosians one thing, it is to never get stranded on Third Mainland Bridge or you’ll end up being the lunch ticket to LASTMA or VIO officials and even the street miscreants would try to “obtain” from you; better safe than sorry. So I packed my backpack, phones, rolled up the windows…

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If history has taught Lagosians one thing, it is to never get stranded on Third Mainland Bridge or you’ll end up being the lunch ticket to LASTMA or VIO officials and even the street miscreants would try to “obtain” from you; better safe than sorry. So I packed my backpack, phones, rolled up the windows and locked the doors. The backpack felt oddly light. I checked the bag to check if all was well and it wasn’t.

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  1. JayKay

    “Dear life, when I asked if today could get any worse, that was a rhetorical question, you weren’t supposed to act up on it. Or there’s probably a witch in my village fanning herself with my picture today.”
    Now that cracked me up bad ????????????. So I went back to read episode 1 and 2 before this. Interesting piece. Waiting for the next episode.
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  2. sammy
    Oy! Mr writer mate! You have to make these pieces come more frequently! You prolific lot will soon kill someone with the tension of anticipation. If we don’t get hit by a bus from reading on the road.
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