"People Drove In To Buy Human Parts"- Lady Reveals What She Saw After She Got Kidnapped (Video)
A specific lady has had social media users talking after she posted a video on social media revealing what she went through after being abducted on May 23. According to the lady, she took a bus to Iwofe, a town in Rivers State. She boarded the minibus with a few other passengers, but she soon discovered that several of the people on the minibus were carrying weapons and a penknife.
According to her, she and other passengers who boarded the vehicle were instructed to remain silent or face execution. One of the kidnappers opened a cooler containing a large number of human parts, she claimed.
They then arrived to an undisclosed place in Rivers state's Etche local government area, where she saw individuals driving in to buy various body parts from the kidnappers.
The lady went on to say that she didn't get to see much because the kidnappers blindfolded all of their captives.
Take a look at the video and some of the reactions below.
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