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Miss Nba Agbazue is lucky to be alive today to recount her story, others were not as fortunate as she is. She is currently being admitted at the Ilemba Ajangbadi hospital in Lagos where she is being treated for multiple fractures and other injuries.
On the 26th of December, she was lured to the abandoned storey building on December 26th by a man she purportedly met on face book. While recounting her experience she said: “my phone rang and a man said he wanted to speak with me. I don’t know how he got my number but he told me that it was from my Face book page but he is not my friend on face book. He told me his name is Michael but he is not any of the Michaels that I know. I did not see any harm because he said we should meet at the Ile -Nla Bus Stop which is a busy place. When I got to the bus stop, I noticed he was looking at my picture on his phone. He looked up to see my face. He was standing opposite the road”.
According to her, immediately he touched her something in her changed, he led her to an uncompleted building and asked to take off her clothes which she refused doing, then he started calling friends and asked her not to move, desperate for an escape she moved over to the window and jumped down.
Residents of the area saw Ada as she fell from the building thinking that she might be an apparition. Police authority however says that Agbazue was a victim of bad face book relationship.
People, especially ladies need to be very careful of guys they meet through social networks, if there is any need for a meeting, it should be done in a public place like a restaurant.
For more on this, visit: http://nationalmirroronline.net/new/facebook-romance-near-tragedy-girl-narrates-ordeal/
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