‘I Still Remember The Beating, Hurt Like Hell’ – Lady Narrates Horrible Encounter With SARS In 2010

A Nigerian lady identify as @khemie200 on Twitter has taken to the platform to narrate her horrible encounter with SARS operatives in the year 2010

She revealed that she was dragged into a bus by SARS officers while waiting for a cab in front of LUTH.

The Twitter user who revealed that she was at LUTH to sort out her induction gown, alleged that the SARS officers accused her of being a yahoo boy’s (online fraudster) girlfriend.

She further revealed that the security operatives assaulted her with the bottom of their guns even after showing them the receipt of her induction gown.

Read her traumatic experience below;

“Finally summoned courage to share my SARS story: One day back in 2010, SARS picked me up in front of Luth while I was waiting for a cab. I just graduated from Uni and it was a few days to induction(graduation). I came to LUTH to sort out my induction gown.

We lived off ogunlana drive back then. My dad called me that he wanted to come pick me up cos he was feeling a certain kind of way about my safety and I was like “daddy luth to ogunlana is a stone throw, I’m a big girl now, let me take a cab .. see you soon, love you!” As soon as we hung up, my phone battery died…..

While waiting for the cab in front of luth, these SARS guys came with their bus. They picked me up along with some other guys and threw me into their bus. They immediately started saying “Na yahoo yahoo boy girlfriend see her face, she’s one of them”.

I was in shock. Gun pointed at me. I started crying , “sir I’m not a yahoo boy’s girlfriend, I’m a Doctor I just graduated i came for my gown” I was screaming and crying. They asked for my phone, the battery was dead and they asked me why I put it off…they said I was hiding something. Unfortunately I had no ID on me but I had the receipt for the gown which I showed them…. The receipt of the graduation gown I showed them made absolutely no difference.

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