A Twitter user has narrated how she saved a 13-year-old girl who planned to go on a blind date with a man she met on Facebook.
According to the lady identified as Achalugo Bambify on Twitter, she met the little girl in a bus heading to the address where the man had asked that they meet. He deceived her that he was taking her to a cinema, however there’s no cinema in that area.
The Twitter user soon discovered that the 13-year-old girl had snuck out of the house, without her parents knowledge with the excitement that she was going to see a movie with the man she met on Facebook.
Bambify revealed she came down at the girl’s bus-stop and later saw the man the girl was supposed to meet in the company of other men, all looking suspicious.
She was able to convince her to go back home, telling her that there’s no cinema in the area that the man lied to her and advised her against meeting with strangers.
Read the full story as shared by the Twitter user below,
Yesterday, a girl entered the bus, barely 14 and fragile. From her deposition she snuck out of the house for a blind date from someone she met on Facebook (this info she later told me). She innocently asked me where olusosun was, we were I agreed to show her, I wanted to mind my Business until her phone rang and she was telling Bros that she’s coming to the cinema soon…
Me 🧐🧐🧐 cinema, where? Olusosun ke, I noticed her anxiety with childlike excitement and was triggered to tell her that we are stopping at the same place. Oga said he was at the bus-stop.
When we dropped I noticed a black Benz with shabby looking guys staring suspiciously, her phone rang again and he told her to stop talking to strangers, take a bike and come to xyz address. She looked at me and was “I can go from here, I know me place”. Counseling mode activate.
I simply asked for a hug and while hugging her, I told her not to do anything her parents won’t be proud of, “you are loved, there’s time for everything and you are so pretty” she chuckled and I gave her small change with my card to call me if she feels like. I watched her turn.”