Boastful Chinese Man Attacked By Mob At Wuse Market For Refusing Normal Security Procedure

Please i warn foreigners Do not come into Nigerians to break the Code. Naija no dey gree
Mob attacked a Chinese national who had refused to follow normal security procedures at Wuse market, Abuja last Friday morning.

The foreigner, who identified himself as "head of the Chinese business unit in the embassy" was traveling with another Chinese man, and got to wuse market gate. He resisted the order to open the boot of his Honda sedan car cause he had diplomatic license plates.

According to Sahara Reporters, this is the normal practice,due to the insecurity in the country.
All vehicles are opened up for inspection before they are allowed to proceed.
It was gathered that the diplomat further angered the crowd by boasting that he would call security chiefs to lock up anyone who threatened him and his fellow Chinese national in the vehicle.

As he got everyone tensed, the angry mob set out to drag the occupants out of their car.
It took divine intervention oh sorry, the quick intervention of the Abuja Market Authority Management and Security officials to secure them from being lynched.
In the process, one of them had his shirt torn to pieces.  He also claimed the sum of N100,000 was stolen from his car. 

The Chinese man, who is obviously well connected, bragged to the mob in the presence of a SaharaReporters contributor, as he made some calls, apparently to top security chiefs or maybe officials of the Department of State Security Service. You can tell by the light speed response of police officials

The management of the market had to make available to the diplomat the sum of N100,00 which he said was stolen and a new shirt before he stepped out of the car to write a statement, which he did at the police post inside the market. 
It is not clear if the diplomat will press further charges, but he seemed to be a bit calmer when he drove out of the market, having demonstrated his connections, several security agencies appearing at the speed of light to rescue him.

One angry witness noted that he enjoyed the full service of the Nigerian state “showing little regard for laws or basic rules and regulations in the market"

For me i was expecting him to have displayed some of those Kung-fu we do see in movies.


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