I kind of look forward to Hustle Series Every Friday, because everything I write here affects me, so I take the write up personal. 😜
Perhaps you were already wondering what does mercy knows about cars that she wants to now teach us tips on the best place to get good cars.
I am not going to beat round the bush, I will just tell you what I know. You can never get the best cars, I mean Belgium/Tokunbo as used in Nigeria.
You can go to Benin Republic and get a used car, you will enjoy it. Go to Ghana and get a used car, you will enjoy it. And if you really want to call your car baby, kindly order from the abroad. U.S preferably.
I guess you know these things better than I do. But I have already given you my tips. Good or bad. Thank you.
Now, to the main gist, why can’t you get the best cars in Naija? Simple question.
“Nigeria roads are wicked and dangerous assassins to any good car.”
I don’t know what part of Nigeria you are reading from, (If you are reading from Nigeria) But I know some places are better than others. However, the bottom line is, Nigeria roads are deadly, which ought not to be.
I don’t want to talk about its threats to our lives as citizens and residence of this our Nigeria.
This post is centred on the damage by the Nigeria roads on our cars.
Nigeria roads have made Nigeria a burial ground for every car that lands here. Once you use a car in Nigeria, sorry is the name of that car. You can’t use it anywhere else, because the roads have vandalized life out of it!
Dear Nigerian Government, I know this is the period of Corolla, I mean corona, but when we finish corona, kindly attend to this.
It is bad enough that we don’t manufacture our own cars; I am not complaining, we have always managed to survive and still drive good cars.
It is even worse that we don’t have value for our own lives, hence; we don’t bother about the numerous road accident that claims thousands of vibrant lives each year, a result of bad roads.
Not that I am complaining o, after all, if you don’t die by road, you may die by plane crash. Die is die, only that the later is more expensive.
I am only writing this post to beg you on behalf of my future car. Yes sir, I don’t have a car yet, but I aspire to buy one someday.
Please, Mr President, Governor, all our oga dem:
Save my future car.
Fix Nigeria roads.
PS: Those of you that think a car without a scratch on the Nigeria road is a sin, God is watching you. Let me buy my car first and you scratch it, just be ready for third world war! Mtcheeeew.
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