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  1. Colossus
    June 3, 2020

    This story gladdens my heart. It was one bold decision after another.

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  2. Dunder
    June 3, 2020

    Date your wage… I understand why people say that now but I think the practice of poverty as a mentality is the bigger problem. In such circles where consciousness is low, just a free meal and the mention of China is enough to put a target on your back. How do you just meet someone and start asking them for a phone? Not “I love Shanghai” T-Shirt o! The hunger!

    I am glad this did not turn out the same way many other stories do. Part 1 had my heart spat out.

    Also, thanks for sharing their names. You could be saving lives and helping the already wounded to heal because I doubt you were their only victim.

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    • Ube
      June 3, 2020

      The Nduka’s father is the landlord and a former commissioner. This is about being Evil. Nduka is from money too

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  3. Anthony
    June 3, 2020

    Wow! U get mind oh, jumping off a three storey building. That’s bold man. I’m glad u scaled through without broken bones.
    People are cruel.

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    • _Cheeeedeeraah_
      June 3, 2020

      😂😂My dear wen yu are in trouble u can jump from 5 storey building. Yu get to feel the pain after yu re out of trouble

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    • Pink Panther
      June 3, 2020

      That’s what adrenaline and fear and all sorts of negative emotions can do to you. I’ve been under the attack of robbers one time by the side of the road at one time, and in the midst of all the beating i was getting from the two men, I was in suddenly a fuck-it mood. Which made me drag the two of them into the middle of the road, prepared for us all to die by the hit of a speeding vehicle.

      You never know the scale of the “impossible” things you do when you are under intense pressure.

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  4. James
    June 3, 2020

    Damn am still in shock reading this. Wat if God forbid u died jumping from dat storey building landing with ur head. I just.. infact am speechless.

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  5. Steve
    June 3, 2020

    This is indeed the bravest story I have ever read since the kito story began. You’re indeed brave!
    You scaled through.

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  6. Riliwan
    June 3, 2020

    You are strong champ✊ have learnt alot from this👍 thanks 🙏

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  7. Tristan
    June 3, 2020

    What a story! People can be so mean.

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  8. Tariq
    June 3, 2020

    A great read….

    I am glad u came out unscathed…

    D Signs were everywhere tho…

    Why I don’t take my natural paranoia
    n body phone fr granted…

    And again… U don’t go letting folks(friends n foes) in on what u r worth… all those sits about China n business… Very much uncalled for regardless of how close a friend u are..I am super secretive….

    Btwn, who goes buying friends phones just like that..simply bcos they had asked?.. Unless money already started falling from trees o

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    • Audrey
      June 3, 2020

      Tariq, my best friend in uni was the only child of a Multi millionaire parent and he went over and above for me but I didn’t abuse his kindness(He isn’t queer BTW).

      He paid my rent for straight three years as bribe for me to stay with him in his house even though he knew I always collected rent from my parents, as an undergraduate I used the best of phones and gadgets but none was bought with my money, I wore the costliest of perfumes and the best of wrist watches courtesy of my bestie so I know what it feels like to be friends with the rich.

      This is me pointing out that buying one a phone isn’t much of a big deal if the resources are there my dear he was just unlucky to have entangled himself with thirsty idiots.

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      • Jack
        June 3, 2020

        Yes that is very true, it feels so good sharing what you have with a friend and it feels better when the friend appreciate it and does not try to take advantage of you!

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      • trystham
        June 3, 2020

        The point is you don’t go blabbing to random ppl u r this and that. You are most definitely not going to get friends. You’d be attracting sycophants. I’m certain your millionaire friend didn’t just up and tell u “Hey! My father is a millionaire”. If he had sense sef, he wouldn’t. Not in these days of kidnappings

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      • Jack
        June 4, 2020

        trystham I think you should read the story from the beginning and try to understand it.

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  9. bamidele
    June 3, 2020

    Wow! You narrate the story so mildly. But the content shows how deadly the whole experience was: physical and telephone threats, jumping thre-storey building… Wow! Nduka’s mother’s rections show that she literarily destroyed her children with her own hands, based on the way she tried to protect them even when they had obviously done wrong; it also shows that she has been pampering them since tender age. Sometimes, it is better not to have children at all than have them them and not bringing them up properly, as they endager the lives of other; You alos lose those children at the end o fthe end.

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  10. Audrey
    June 3, 2020

    My friend that knows the Nduka guy says that he knew him from a course mate that lived in one Crystal rose lodge(or something like that) and that they exchanged pleasantries from a Distance as he heard that the said guy was a cultist and was a notorious one. He went on to tell me that he and his clique usually targeted people who they felt come from privileged backgrounds to exploit them(Male or Female) and was asking if I wanted to track him down even though he’s in Cyprus.

    I’m glad your story didn’t end badly and I must commend you for jumping through that balcony that was brave I must say.
    I’m sure you are doing well and have learnt a thing or two from your experience.

    Sending love and light your way😘😘

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    • Jack
      June 3, 2020

      Thank you Audrey!
      Yah I am doing well and I have learnt a lot from the experience!

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  11. Jack
    June 3, 2020

    This is me Saying thank you all for your kind words and being scared for me at the beginning of the story, I really thank God I went through that ,came out alive and I am telling the story after 8 years.
    Can’t respond to all the comments one by one, but do know that I appreciate everyone of you..

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  12. _Cheeeedeeraah_
    June 3, 2020

    Bro Yur Story Is One Brave😫😔…
    Even The Threats They proved after the incident u still stood strong and fearless..
    Anybody can jump from storey building in dar situation..
    Yu are one Brave Guy💪..

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  13. Marvey
    June 3, 2020

    My heart was actually beating duduke reading this story, and u were really brave, ur adrenaline level shot to the highest oo for jumping down that building,glad ure strong enough to tell the story thats all that matters. And glad ure also an EBsu almunus too.it was rare to hear such stories come from there during our times don’t know of now though.
    Amongst all the whole south eastern uni , who else thinks ebsu is one of the schools with little or no kito/homophobic stories

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  14. kingB
    June 3, 2020

    I’ve also jumped down a three storey building around 2am in a kito situation as well . Someday, i’d narrate the story. Very deadly incident at Ojo five years ago.Taught me alot and contributes majorly to my being brave as a queer guy in this motherfucking country. This story also illustrates the reason some rich folks don’t keep guys lower than them financially as friends.

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  15. Leonie
    June 3, 2020

    It hurts to know that gay men would willingly inflict on other gay men things they themselves can’t even bear. You’re brave, Jack and I’m happy for you. But, believe me, in spite of all the “save yourself” and “stand up for yourself” sermons we have heard and will keep hearing, there are some members of our community who may not have your kind of guts. I fear for such people as these.

    What’s most annoying here is how insistent the Nduka guy and his Eme friend were on getting you, Jack, to warm up to them. They had a target and, probably, never thought they could be outwitted by you. How foolish!

    I feel sad for Nigeria. Check well, this same shallow way of thinking which serves to nourish homophobia is what keeps us from being a better nation.

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  16. Sexytoadefault
    June 3, 2020

    You inspire me!!!! I’m glad how this turned out at the end…. keep being happy

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  17. Delle
    June 3, 2020

    These boys have a comfortable background and yet did this? I’ll never understand the bloodthirstiness many of us tend to have, really!

    It’s funny how one jump, one leap of faith, turned this whole story around. You’re as brave as they come. I’m stunned.

    Amazing story.

    But how come Eme is having a good life? Eh? He should be in a coffin by now. I’m pissed.

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  18. Rudy
    June 4, 2020

    It was a lucky day for you.
    Most people do not come out of this unharmed. And I am quite certain you learnt some lessons out of this terrible situation as I sense the red flags dotted all over from the very moment these guys began to force themselves onto you.
    That would have been the cue for me to stay farthest away from them.
    It’s almost always catastrophic when people tend to force themselves into our life coupled with an obsession of materialism. The only thing these people know is to take and take it all but never give.
    Next time, there should be no next time for you, cos you’ve had the experience and will definitely read in between the lines.
    I’m glad you’re safe and sound Jack.

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  19. Jahbless_Azubuike
    June 5, 2020

    waooh I must say, you’re brave.
    thanks for sharing this….

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  20. Flexsterous
    June 7, 2020

    My own is why did you keep talking after everything?

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