Nigerian Indigenous rapper, CDQ, has called out the Nigerian Customs Service over an alleged extortion by members of its patrol team on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway tollgate because he didn’t have his customs papers in his car.
According to CDQ who shared his encounter on his Instagram, the actions of the customs officials could have led to a fatal accident as he was made to stop suddenly in the middle of the road, which made him his car to get damaged by a trailer coming from behind.
Still commenting on his ordeal, CDQ further revealed that an attempted to properly clear of the expressway led to his car being shot at, leaving him with a burst tire.
What baffles me the most is that they asked me stop right on d express in the middle of the night with guns in mufti and a trailer coming behind hit my car yet as I was trying to escape d trailer to avoid more damages the customs started shooting and my car front tyre got busted 😭 I mean it was horrible… something terrible could have happened… I’ve never seen people been so inhuman in my life 😈 after messing my car up they still followed us close to the show venue in Ibadan and asked my manager to come down from d vehicle to withdraw money for them at d atm machine after collecting all the cash with him initially… Their vehicle number was CS207 at Ibadan toll-gate
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