Eva Alordiah is thankful to be alive after surviving what could have been a fatal accident on Monday, March 28. The accident happened at 1.pm and her survivor was that she was restrained by her seat belt when a car had hit her from behind. Unfortunately for her, it was her mother’s car and in that situation, she forget what could have gone wrong when she demanded that the poor man must get her car repaired. When the reality hit her, she learnt a great lesson in life.

She narrated “…The woman driving in front of me came out of her car. The man who hit me behind came out of his car too. Then he put his two hands on his head the way Nigerians are known to do when they realize they are in deep trouble…I blinked and the police arrived and I was too glad to see them. I wasn’t ready to deal with the man who hit my car, who was now rolling himself on the road beside the wreck, hands on head, hands akimbo, hands back on the head.”

She asked the Police to ensure that the man pays for damage on her mother’s car and they all went to the police station. Reality quickly set in and she said “"I had been so preoccupied with the thought that someone had hit me and damaged the car that I failed to realize one simple truth…" The truth was life was spared even though a man was careless in his driving. She thank God for sparing her life.

Eva Alordiah is thankful to be alive after surviving what could have been a fatal accident on Monday, March 28. The accident happened at 1.pm and her survivor was that she was restrained by her seat belt when a car had hit her from behind. Unfortunately for her, it was her mother’s car and in that situation, she forget what could have gone wrong when she demanded that the poor man must get her car repaired. When the reality hit her, she learnt a great lesson in life.

She narrated “…The woman driving in front of me came out of her car. The man who hit me behind came out of his car too. Then he put his two hands on his head the way Nigerians are known to do when they realize they are in deep trouble…I blinked and the police arrived and I was too glad to see them. I wasn’t ready to deal with the man who hit my car, who was now rolling himself on the road beside the wreck, hands on head, hands akimbo, hands back on the head.”

She asked the Police to ensure that the man pays for damage on her mother’s car and they all went to the police station. Reality quickly set in and she said “"I had been so preoccupied with the thought that someone had hit me and damaged the car that I failed to realize one simple truth…" The truth was life was spared even though a man was careless in his driving. She thank God for sparing her life.

Eva Alordiah is thankful to be alive after surviving what could have been a fatal accident on Monday, March 28. The accident happened at 1.pm and her survivor was that she was restrained by her seat belt when a car had hit her from behind. Unfortunately for her, it was her mother’s car and in that situation, she forget what could have gone wrong when she demanded that the poor man must get her car repaired. When the reality hit her, she learnt a great lesson in life.

She narrated “…The woman driving in front of me came out of her car. The man who hit me behind came out of his car too. Then he put his two hands on his head the way Nigerians are known to do when they realize they are in deep trouble…I blinked and the police arrived and I was too glad to see them. I wasn’t ready to deal with the man who hit my car, who was now rolling himself on the road beside the wreck, hands on head, hands akimbo, hands back on the head.”

She asked the Police to ensure that the man pays for damage on her mother’s car and they all went to the police station. Reality quickly set in and she said “"I had been so preoccupied with the thought that someone had hit me and damaged the car that I failed to realize one simple truth…" The truth was life was spared even though a man was careless in his driving. She thank God for sparing her life.

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