Earlier on Monday, it was reported that an expatriate escaped death by the whiskers after he was reportedly attacked by a suspected member of the dreaded Badoo cult group in Ikorodu area of Lagos.
The suspected Badoo member who is a cab driver had reportedly picked up the foreign expatriate from the airport and took him home to use cutlass to butcher him – an attack which the man survived.
An investigative report has revealed the real reason behind the deadly attack on the white man.
Here is how LIB exclusively reported the story:
“LIB sent a reporter to the area where the incident happened and here’s what we gathered. The man is actually Pakistani with American citizenship as he was returning from the US the night he was nearly killed. The person who nearly killed him was his adopted son.
“After he was rescued and taken to the hospital, the Pakistani man told the police that the man who attacked him was his adopted son. That when he told the adopted son that he was arriving Nigeria that night, the young man volunteered to pick him from the airport and take him to his house. But on their way, the man asked if they could stop by his house for him to do something and being that the young man was someone known to him and he trusted him, he accepted to go to his house. CLICK HERE TO VIEW IMAGE
“He said when they got there, the adopted son started acting odd, and before he knew what was happening, he attacked him from the back with a cutlass, targeting his head. He said he fought for his life and tried to save himself from the verocious attack. He started screaming, and the screaming attracted the landlord who burst into the room to see what was happening. At that point, the adopted son abandoned his weapon and escaped.
“The victim was brought out of the room and taken to a hospital in Ikorodu where doctors stitched him up as he had bled a lot. The following day, the man discharged himself from the hospital in Ikorodu and is now being treated at undisclosed hospital in Surulere.
“The adopted son hasn’t yet been arrested. The police only detained the landlord to get information from him after which he was released.”