Below is a narration by a lady on how a motor park tout popularly known as agbero saved her from depression.
She revealed that the agbero did something strange while she was trekking because she didn’t have transport fare.
She tweeted: “I was still in a dark place, but I decided I was done being sad. I started playing Justin Timberlake’s Can’t Stop the feeling and walking down from Terra Kulture to Eko hotel roundabout because my money would finish if I didn’t walk.
“By the time I got to the major road, the music hit and I started singing and walking to the beat. I sing and dance on the road (life is too short not to).”
Later on, she was joined by an agbero who had just finished cursing someone.
She continued: “But few steps later, I felt him by my side, and I wanted to see what he’d do, so I smiled at him. This uncle joined me. I had earpiece on, but I was dancing to the beat so he started emulating every step I was coming I swear I felt like I was in a movie.
“And like that we started dancing to ‘Can’t stop the feeling’, bumping our hips in some places. Everyone turned and wondered what was wrong with us. Some motorists stopped but I was determined to not be sad anymore so I kept dancing. The Agbero had a blast as his guys hailed him.
“We got to Eko Hotel roundabout, stopped dancing and started laughing at ourselves. We were absolutely out of breath and I was surrounded by Agberos but it was the most beautiful moment I ever had in Lagos.
“Few minutes later, he led me by hand to the other side of the road, stopped a keke and paid for me. Just before he left, I stopped him and said Thank You. That Agbero may not have known what he did for me that day but dancing with me probably saved me from depression. End!”