- A young Nigerian lady was robbed by a Taxify and Uber driver in Nigeria
- The incident was shared by the lady herself on Twitter
- The Uber driver has been arrested
Doromongy, a young lady was recently robbed by a Taxify and Uber driver in Nigeria. According to the tweet shared, the driver took her bag and this made her stranded.
Pictures of the driver and stacks of hard currency was also shared along with the tweet. Judging by the time the message was tweeted, the incident happened on Tuesday, April 25.
NAIJ.com gathered that Uber Support stood up to the occasion as they responded almost immediately and pledged to look into it.
Check the initial tweet made by the victim below:
See the response of Uber Support to the incident below:
The victim was asked to send a direct message with details of the incident so they could help track the driver. Another Twitter user advised the victim to share the phone number of the driver and his passport so that he could be tracked easily.
Following the activities of Uber Nigeria and that of the Nigerian police, the Uber driver was tracked down and arrested. Doromongy took to her Instagram page to share this information with people who were concerned about her.
NAIJ.com gathered that the lady was visiting Nigeria for the first time. The South African lady was said to have been suing the driver since she came into the country. According to reports, Doromongy had been extremely nice to the young man.
The Uber driver was seen as a good guy and this made the unsuspecting young lady trust him. She was responsible for his feeding and even gave him N75k to get a new phone when he lost his iPhone 5.
Doromongy had stopped over at a place to get some documents from one Yemi in Bakare Estate, Agungi when the driver left with her bag. Her journey to South Africa was thus cancelled as he had her passport and all in the bag.
Check out the messages exchanged between the Uber driver and the young lady:
1. The driver said he was left with no choice
2. The driver begs for forgiveness
3. Uber driver to use stolen money to go to Saudi or Dubai
Some Nigerians seem desperate about getting rich and this would make them do anything. Watch the NAIJ.com video below to see what Nigerian celebrities have to say about whistle blowing: