A business woman, Mrs Mary Udoh has threaten to sue a popular transport Company God Is Good Motors (GIGM) over alleged missing item in a luggage she waybilled from the company’s office in Lagos.
Udoh in a letter of notice to the transport company through her counsel, Douglas
Ogbankwa Law Firm, noted the missing item in one of luggages has caused her tremendous psychological torture.
According to the letter of notice addressed to the Managing Director of God Is Good Logistics, Barrister stated:
“That our client did send through your logistics company, a Large Luggage of vintage and expensive clothes and goods, all worth about 5 Million Naira through waybill NO: 1072006335 on the 19th of June , 2021 at 3:44pm through the Jubilee Mall Admiralty Way, Lekki Phase 1 Terminal, Which were all expressly indicated in the Waybill receipt to be delivered not later than 21st June ,2021.
“That on the 21st of June, 2021, the goods were delivered to the indicated recipient, but the full large luggage of vintage and expensive clothes, which was sent alongside the goods and which is worth ONE MILLION TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND NAIRA, was not delivered as agreed by both parties.
“That our client reached out to your office and your staff have been playing hide and seek and making unending promises of bringing our client’s large luggage of vintage and expensive clothes, knowing same to be false, of which all these episodes has caused our client tremendous psychological trauma and made her to be borrowing clothes to wear like a destitute.
“Take notice that you are hereby given 7-Days within which to pay our Client not just the sum total of One Million Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira, being the cost of the big luggage of missing vintage and expensive clothes of our client still in your custody.
“But also the sum of Five Million Naira [5,000,000:00] only as aggravated damages, for the psychological torture and extreme discomfiture, you have caused our client, failure of which we shall exhaust all available legal remedy on her behalf, which include , but is not limited to litigation in a court of competent jurisdiction and reporting your logistics Company to the Federal Consumer Protection and Competitions Commission to ventilate the issues embedded in the interest of our client in this Matter.”