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Security officials at Murtala Muhammed International airport, Lagos fail to apprehend alleged kidnapper

This reportedly went down at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, an alleged kidnapper (pictured) tried to persuade a woman and her daughter that a car was sent to pick them up and even had their names written on a paper. Narrating what happened, Instagram user Dr. Dein S. Braide said;

BE CAREFUL AT THE AIRPORT . This man approached my friend and her daughter when they arrived Lagos, Nigeria from London, saying he was sent to pick her from her mom. She questioned him, knowing her husband was on his way to pick them up. He still insisted by unfolding a paper with her name and that of her daughter's (Of which he got the spelling of her daughter's name totally wrong). The man kept trying to persuade them saying a car was waiting for them outside. It wasn't until my friend "changed it" for him that he backed off.
She tried to tell the security officials at the airport and even showed them the picture she took of him and they told her, "they will tell him not to do it again". Shoving the complaint aside like nothing happened. The airport officials are in on it.
This is serious! There may be a syndicate of kidnappers working at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport. I can only imagine how many people have fallen victim.
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