Last days of using keke – Nigerian lady thankful as she gifts herself a car on her birthday (Video)

A Nigerian lady is over the moon because her days of using tricycle commonly called Keke Napep, as a means of transportation have come to an end.

She recently bought herself a car as a birthday gift and took to social media to share the amazing news with netizens while gushing over God’s blessings.

The lady known as @blanctimmy on TikTok shared a video compilation which showed some of the moments she used keke napep. Another part of the clip captured the joyous reveal of her new car.

She captioned; “Last days of using keke”

@blanctimmy added; “Okay I’ve been waiting to use this sound, trust me I’m not crying but God has been wonderful. I can’t even lie. Happy birthday to me.”

See the post:


Okay I’ve been waiting to use this sound 😩 trust me I’m not crying but God has been wonderful i cant even lie 😩🥰 Happy birthday to me #newcar #blanctimmy #fyp #sept8

♬ Celebrate The Good Times – ✨ F S ✨

@userfavoured commented; Congratulations and happy birthday.

@Uju; The car definitely came with its own kinda glow up. Claiming this for myself too. Congratulations dear.

Meanwhile in other news…

A 25-year-old man, Suleiman Auwal recently got arrested for using a stolen tricycle (keke napep) to run a transport business in Yola, Adamawa state.

Auwal was accused of stealing the tricycle on a Friday at the main shopping complex in Jimeta, where it was put up for sale.

The suspect, who was without a job, then rode it to Jambutua community not more than four or five kilometres away and started using it to carry passengers.

Seller of tricycle had reported the matter to the Adamawa state police, and when they spotted the suspected thief riding the tricycle, he was apprehended.

State Police PRO, SP Suleiman Nguroje, said Auwal, who resides in a part of Jambutu called Aso Rock, confessed that he made away with the tricycle, now known to belong to one Abubakar Usman, at the Juma’at Mosque in the Jimeta Ultra Modern Market.

The police established that Auwal, who joined other people to offer the Jumat prayers at the Mosque, hurriedly completed his prayer and rushed to where tricycles were packed and stole one.

He said that in the few days that he had possession of the vehicle, he was paying N100 daily to a local security man to guard the tricycle from being stolen.

Nguroje has assured that Auwal is in police custody, and that the state Commissioner of Police, Afolabi Babatola, had ordered that the suspect be thoroughly investigated and prosecuted.