‘Those who stole my car won’t escape’ -Seun Egbegbe fumes




Penultimate Sunday, the entertainment big boy, Seun Egbegbe otherwise known as Ebony got a dirty slap from men of underworld as one of his newly acquired cars was snatched from one of his boys and Seun had gathered the pieces and found time to send a mind-bothering message to the culprits after he had got his breath back to normal.


Recall that Seun Egbegbe who’s seriously in deep romance with the Nollywood rave of the moment, Toyin Aimakhu received the shocking news from one of his cohorts, Atiku who travelled with his newly acquired White Honda Crosstour to attend Pasuma’s show at LTV8 compound that the new car was snatched from him on Allen on that Sunday night, 22nd of November.
According to Egbegbe when speaking to our correspondent through phone call from Dubai where he was when the incident occurred said his boy, Atiku gave him a call on that night that three gun men snatched the car from him. “The car was snatched from one of my boys, whose name is Atiku. I was not around, I’ve been in Dubai for some days now; here I am when I got the call and I ordered him to report the case immediately at Area F police station in Ikeja because the gun men tactfully dropped the Toyota Corolla they brought to rob them and carted away my Crosstour.
“I asked them to take the car to the station and give account of how it happened. The information I got this morning now is that the owner of the corolla had surfaced.
I was told the car was snatched from him at Ogba two days before mine was snatched and the rogues decided to rob mine with the car and dropped it,” he narrated.
Resigning to fate, Egbegbe has finally given up the hope on his over 4million naira worth of car with the CHS No;JAZ 2ARD203607 and Engine no;5J6TF2H51AL010120 as he recently sent unhealthy message to those involved in the act. The purported message which was written in Yoruba goes thus: ” Te Ni Be Igi Loju, Igi Ti Wa Ti Ru We”, the above assertion is Yoruba proverbial words used to console oneself whenever you were brutally dealt with and it is also used to boo whoever is responsible for such calamity, reminding them that life goes on but they are the ones to watch their back.

-Rahman Is’mail