Drama as Online Car Seller Posts a vehicle for Sale and another Twitter user shares Proof of the car being ‘stolen’

Drama as Online Car Seller Posts a Car for Sale and another Twitter user shares Proof of the car being stolen

Drama, argument and confusion erupted among several Twitter users, as a Lexus Jeep posted online was reported stolen few days later. This quickly turned into a major argument because the car advert took a different turn after being put up for sale online. 


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A twitter user, @hiddenfigure3 had taken to the micro blogging platform to place an advert and shared photos of the Lexus SUV which was put for sale for ₦29m. 

 

But another Twitter user, juice is loose, baby! @0luwademilola, who reacted to the advert, shared proof of it being a ”stolen” car. The advert has now been deleted from the platform.

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Another twitter user asked the seller to seller the car at ₦35,000 so he can use the remaining money form the proposed ₦29m for police case

Reactions after car posted online was reportedly stolen
Reactions after car posted online was reportedly stolen

 

 

 

 

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