‘Na juju be dis’: Car with just 3 Tires seen SPEEDING on express road, Watch video
Mixed reactions have trailed a video of a Mazda car spotted running on three wheels on a road believed to be in Nigeria.
Although, the actual location where the car was spotted in Nigeria is not immediately clear, it however raced towards an overhead bridge.
The driver or the occupants seem oblivious of the fact that the car only had three wheels.
It is not clear if there was an incident before the video was recorded, but it has left people wondering how the driver managed to move the car.
The video was seen on the TikTok handle of @sammygadget. In the comment section, some people are insinuating that the car was spotted in Lagos, but this is not confirmed.
Watch the video below:
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A lot of reactions have trailed the video. One TikToker clearly said the driver is using voodoo. See other reactions below:
“Nigeria my country.”
“This must be okirika fayawo… wahala for who no understand my language.”
“Nah juju be this.”
“Something magic is going on.”
@Omo Ade Banjo said:
“No be juju be this?”
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