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Two Motorcycles Stolen As Residents Struggle To Sell Black And White TV In Ado-Ekiti

Two Motorcycles Stolen As Residents Struggle To Sell Black And White TV In Ado-Ekiti

It was indeed a tug of war at Ori Apata, opposite School of Nursing Adebayo, Ado-Ekiti as some residents struggled to sell their black and white television to the buyers of the commodity.

However, two motorcyclists belonging to some of those who came to sell their TVs were taken away by unknown persons.

For about two weeks now, there has been desperate demand for black and white TV by some group of people with a buying price of N250,000.

The buyers who were stationed at a location in Ori Apata area of Ado-Ekiti were besieged by a large crowd of people who intended to sell the product as well as onlookers.

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However, some criminal elements took advantage of the rough arena to steal two motorcycles.

The owners of the motorcycles had queued to sell the television they brought only to discover later that their bikes were missing.

Aside the stolen bikes, many of the people who came to sell their products were disappointed as the buyers were said to be in demand for a special maker.

Narrating their ordeal, some of the people claimed that they traveled from far and wide to Ado-Ekiti only to be told that the product they brought does not match with the demand of the buyers.

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Due to speculating rumored that the same set of people bought the products yesterday at Odo Ado area with huge amont of money.

Some of the marketers that spoke with the progress FM reporter said that not all the TV that was brought to the venue were marketable but those that were tested with razor blades .

About (500) five hundred TVs were sighted on the role as their owners were lobbying to get the tag numbers that will availed them to meet with the buyers.

Some of the people who their TV were rejected counting their lost said that they traveled from Omuo, Ikole and Igbara Odo-Ekiti to Ado-Ekiti to sell their TV.

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Two Motorcycles were reportedly missing as their owners were struggled to get the tag numbers.

Some elderly people hang around wondered what could the young men do with the old products buying with huge among of money.

The group of buyers write the names and phone numbers of those who their TVs meet up with their demand with promised to pay them tomorrow.


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