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  • Media personality, Chude Jideowno, shares heartwarming story of how a Lagos 'tout' helped him when his car broke down at 2am
  • On his IG page this morning, Chude wrote;
    "So, my car went into a huge pot-hole at
    about 2am today, on my way from
    Akpororo's excellent show. And then three
    of my tyres - Three - went kaput. Kaput.
    Metal on road. I kept driving for about 5
    minutes until I found a well lit place to
    park. I came out with my ipad and my
    phone, and then a guy - he later told me
    his name is Fatai - emerged from under
    the Empire bus stop bridge and asked
    what was wrong.
    The to-the-point cliche about the exact
    kind of person you should run away from
    when you're stuck on the road at 2am -
    no one else with you, or around. I
    explained, and told him I was going to get
    help. I already resigned myself to being
    'obtained' on some level. But then he said,
    it's okay, he would stand watch over the
    car from me. He would keep it safe while I
    found a solution. And he did. As did the
    taxi driver who helped me go round
    finding spare tyres all around Surulere.
    Both of them became my guardian angels,
    telling me what to do, helping me change
    my tyres, assuring me I'd be fine. It still
    makes no sense to me, you know? It
    would have been more rewarding for Fatai
    to take my phone, my iPad or something
    from the car. What possesses a man who
    has no home, and hangs around bridges
    at night and even has no phone l to
    choose empathy / even if in hope of a tip /
    over easy theft? To commit to helping a
    stranger in the middle of the night, and to
    keep his word? I am glad for the burst
    tyres. I seriously am. Any experience that
    refreshes my faith in the human spirit is a
    gift. Including my team members - three
    of them - who insisted on coming out at
    3am to help. Thank you, Jesus for
    sending me angels. I live for moments like
    this!"

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