Drama As Almost 200 People Call A Radio Station Over A Missing Bag

Here’s how a radio listener reports the funny incident.

“IS CHANGE “BEGINS AT YOU” POSSIBLE? .Can fighting corruption up there change any corrupt practice down here?

“A bag containing different articles. and important document was reportedly missing at ikirun and the owner lodged complain to a radio station at ILESHA. Suprisingly almost 200 people was said to have called the radio station saying they have found the missing bag. How can 200 people fron different places saw a single missing bag?.

“Unknown to the callers, the calls were recorded and was broadcast on the radio in the recorded format. The first guy was not a Yoruba guy but likely an Igbo guy. He claimed to have seen the bag and requested the owner to send 20 thousand to retrieved his bag. The second person was heard to have requested for recharge card so he can travel down to Ilesha from Oshogbo to deliver the missing bag And so on and so forth.

“The most surprising caller was an Old man, the man surprised every one because as an elder, such corrupt practice should be not be heard from him. But the man after series of interogation and call back etc. He eventually demanded that money should be sent into an account to retrieve the money. I salute UNIQ FM Ilesha for their wisdom, In that bag, there were phones inside, so the man making the call ordered him to switch on one of the phones so he can call into one of it to confirm if truely the bag is with him. That was how problem started and the man started saying nonsense. He was latter gotten . The man promptly pressed red button on his phone immediately he discovered he had been caught to be a fraudster.

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“Why is corruption so rampant everywhere like this? The bag is yet to be seen till date and people are trying to dupe the person searching for the bag. SMH.”

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