Wycliffe has emotionally narrated how his friend Charles landed him in jail but never bothered to visit him even a single day.
Wycliffe says that he and Charles were both drama teachers. When schools were closed during the COVID-19 period, Charles posted on his WhatsApp status that he was selling a car.
Since Wycliffe wanted to start up an online taxi business, he called Charles and paid 50%. They agreed he would pay the rest in installments as he continued using the car.
After 3 days, Wycliffe was arrested with claims that the car was stolen. He tried calling Charles to get his side of the story but when Charles heard that he was arrested, he hanged up and never called back.
He stayed in jail for a couple of days and ended up paying a huge amount of money to be released.
Charles says that he never knew the car was stolen. He got the deal from his friend and didn't know it was a scam.
He hopes that Wycliffe can forgive them so that they can continue with their strong friendship.
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