Taxify Attempted Rape: Dorcas Shola Fapson, the lady in the middle of the storm releases a video of the incidence 

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As they say, a picture tells a thousand words, but in this case, a video. Here we have an emotionally, the heart is broken and traumatised lady that seems to have reached a level of post-traumatic stress which has been caused by attempted rape by a Taxify employer.

Allegedly, in this video, Dorcas narrated how the incident happened and what she did to ensure that the man didn’t have a carnal knowledge of her. This incident happened in Lagos, the commercial city of Nigeria around 12 am when she booked the services of the global taxi firm.

Taxify one of the global taxi service firms have been in an attempted rape case and Henry Nnaemeka seems to be the driver in question, though he has denied all the allegations. The lady in the middle of the storm, Dorcas Shola Fapson.

Though the said driver had allegedly denied all the accusations and the company has reached out to the offended party, Shuga actress Dorcas Shola Fapson. The lady in her last post said that she was molested and she used a pepper spray to defend herself which Mr Henry has denied.

In this video, she explained that the incidence happened around 12 am and the Taxify driver was acting funny, took her to an unknown destination, demanded a cash payment, whereas she opted for a card payment. The taxi driver took her to a house that has a brown gate, tried taking her to a different destination, dragged her by the waist and she had to kick him and use a pepper spray on him. An allegation that the taxi driver denied.

According to the response by the taxi driver, the Taxify driver, Henry Nnaemeka, in his response, denied Dorcas’ story, claimed he is no kidnapper nor rapist and that it was Dorcas Shola Fapson who attacked him when he refused to take her on her trip.

It would be of note that the taxi company released a press statement in an email to eTimes News of their zero tolerance to crime and has reached out to the lady in question. Did the lady in question get the message? Was she pacified with the statement from the company? How did the company reach out to the said lady? Will the company pay compensation? These are some of the salient questions that should be answered.

Tony Nwosu

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