Nollywood actor, Mofe Duncan, has revealed how some Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) officer caused his sister to have an auto accident in Abuja.
The actor took to social media to explain how the accident occurred. In his Instagram post, he said that his sister was driving to work when she was stopped by an officer of FRSC because she had a phone in her hand.
He claimed that his sister who is an OAP wasn't using the said phone which made her question the officer if it was a crime to hold a phone while driving.
His sister, Matilda Duncan, however navigated away from the officer towards her office, only for him to double cross her on a bend. Her application of the car breaks made her car flip off the road causing great damage to her car but she and her personal assistant came out alive.
Read his post below;
"Yesterday around 1:30PM, my sister was involved in a road accident caused by FRSC unit. As she left the bank around financial district Abuja, she was flagged down by an FRSC rider, she stopped and asked why she was being stopped, he replied "You were holding ur phone in your hand.", she replied "For real, please I am late for work, since when as it been a crime to hold your phone? Was I using the phone?" . He replied, "No but you were holding it.". She found this very amusing and navigated away from the rider and headed down the road towards her office at Silverbird galleria Abuja. The unit, one rider and a pick up followed her. The rider yelling at her to stop and hitting her window. She was due to be on radio at 2PM, she said "Stop hitting my car, follow me to my office and we can sort this out.". The rider then double crossed her on the bend and applied his brakes, Matilda had to swerve to avoid him and she hit the curb and her car flipped twice. Immediately this happened, the rider and the unit took off. FRSC... Federal Road Safety.... ROAD... SAFETY... ran, leaving the mangled car with my sister and her P.A. inside. They ran. If not for onlookers who rushed to get them out, I wonder what my narrative would've been.
She is fine. @matilda_duncan is alive and well, shaken up but no fatal injuries. Whiplashed from the seat belt and slight headaches from the tumble of the car but God is good and merciful. She and her P.A. walked out unscathed. This is the decadence of our authorities, endangering the lives of people for a miserly N2000 you might receive if you're lucky. WHY? It is well, God pass them."
See the picture of the car below;
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