Man forgives mechanic who damaged his Chrysler Commander beyond repair

Man forgives mechanic who damaged his Chrysler Commander beyond repair

A Nigerian man, Fedeco Godwin, has forgiven his mechanic in Benin, Edo state after the later had an accident which left the car beyond recognition and repair.

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According to a post he put up on his page on Facebook, the mechanic had told one of his apprentices to take the car back to the owner (Fedeco Godwin) after repair. But instead of doing so, he went ahead to show off the car at different locations in the city. It was while at it that he had an accident which completely destroyed the Chrysler Commander beyond recognition and repair.

Man forgives mechanic who destroyed his Chrysler Commander beyond repair in Benin

Man forgives mechanic who destroyed his Chrysler Commander beyond repair in Benin

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Fedeco however said that although his car is gone, he is glad the young man is alive and he has forgiven him.

See the post below:

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I'm overwhelmed with joy seeing him ALIVE... Don't care about the car! His master instructed him to take the car back to the owner after car checked and it was confirmed in good condition.
what did he do? he went to a different location his motive is unknown but some said he went showing off with someone else's car and the result was Fatal Accident that completely destroyed the car beyond recognition and repair.
Thanks to God almighty probably his family would have twisted the story if he has died fortunately today he is alive and ok but my car completely destroyed. All thanks to God.
Stop posing with what does not belong to you all in the name of fake impression, the end is
cataclysm.

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