Khloe Recalls A Terrifying Encounter With A Suspected Kidnapper
The reality personality claims the taxi smelled like menstrual blood.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Khloe, a former Big Brother Naija contestant, has spoken out about her encounter with a potential kidnapper acting as a cab driver.
On Tuesday, March 8, 2022, the reality TV star announced this on her Instagram page in response to the horrible murder of a young woman, Bamise, at the hands of suspected ritualists.
Khloe claims she entered a cab to the airport approximately a week ago and was nearly assaulted by the driver.
The reality TV actress said how her suspicions were aroused when the driver pushed her to place her luggage in the bag seat rather than the trunk of the car.
It didn’t stop there, as she discovered the automobile lacked a working air conditioner, audio, and reeked of menstrual blood.
Before the suspicious driver halted the journey and pulled her out of the car, the reality TV personality said she had to contact her sister and pretend she was driving behind her.
Bamise was last seen on Saturday, February 26, after boarding a BRT bus from Chevron Bus Stop in Lekki to Oshodi at 7 p.m.
Bamise reportedly sent distress texts to her pals when she became uncomfortable in the vehicle owing to the driver’s behavior.
She was claimed to have texted them the car information and requested them to pray for her in case anything happened to her.
Sadly, she was discovered deceased a few days following her abduction.
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