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    Chief Roes
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    part one

    Operatives of the Rapid Response Squad, RRS,
    of Lagos State Police Command have foiled
    attempt by a driver to sell his ex-boss’ pet
    dog, Toyota Avensis and other property, which
    he allegedly stole from the latter’s house in
    Magodo area of Lagos on Christmas day.
    The 24-year-old suspect, Abass Ope, who
    worked as a driver for his boss, Mr. Ekinodo
    Ifoghale, until August last year, said he
    needed money to celebrate Christmas.
    However on Christmas day, he stormed his
    former boss’ abode in the company of an
    accomplice, while the ex-boss was in his home
    town in Delta State with members of his
    family.
    They were alleged to have moved a 2013
    model Toyota Avensis car, a 100-inch LCD
    television, another 42-inch LCD television, two
    DSTV decoders, a dog and a suitcase
    containing the family’s personal effects.
    Vanguard Aproko gathered that the following
    day, Ope was bargaining with the owner of a
    car mart in Ojuelegba area of the state, to sell
    the N7 million car for N2 million, when a
    decoy team from the RRS swooped on him.
    Arrested alongside Ope were three other
    persons identified as Balogun Oluwaseun, 23;
    Sanni Azeez, 23, and Stephen Ewiele, 22.
    In an interview with the prime suspect, he
    claimed to have carried out the act because
    his boss was owing him.
    He added that he was further lured to steal
    the property with a view to use whatever was
    realised to provide money for his siblings to
    celebrate Christmas.
    According to Abass, “the auto dealer I took
    the car to wanted to pay N2 million for it. But
    I insisted on N4 million because I knew it was
    worth more than that. He offered me N1
    million cash instantly, with a promise that the
    balance would be ready some hours later.
    “I left without collecting the money from him,
    with the hope that he would call me back for
    re-negotiation. But when he did not call me, I
    went back to Ojuelegba in the company of
    three of my friends to meet with the dealer,
    only to be arrested.
    “My former boss was very nice to me while I
    was working with him. He enrolled me into the
    university, but I couldn’t continue when I left
    him.”
    Owner of the stolen vehicle, Ekinodo Ifoghale,
    said: “I am in shock. This was a young man I
    treated like a son. Apart from my wife, he was
    the closest person to me. This was someone
    who did my shopping and every other thing.
    Even before I buy anything for myself, I
    bought for him first.” Lagos State Police
    Public Relations Officer, SP Dolapo Badmus,
    who confirmed the arrest, advised members of
    the public to always do a background check
    on domestic workers before employing them.
    She added that the suspects had been
    transferred to the State Criminal Investigation
    and Intelligence Department, SCIID Yaba, for
    further investigation.
    OUR UNRELIABLE APROKO reports when he
    asked the suspect why did he steal the dog
    too, the suspect replied that he didn’t want
    his former boss to blame and punish the dog
    for not stopping them from stealing the
    properties.
    part two

    LEADER of a local vigilante group in one of
    the communities in Ughelli (name withheld) in
    Delta State, is currently on the run after he
    was alleged to have defiled a four-year-old
    girl.
    A resident of the community told Vanguard
    Aproko that the mother of the girl reported the
    matter to the Ughelli ‘A’ Police Division, when
    she noticed a milky discharge from the private
    part of the victim.
    The source said: “Probing further, the little
    girl was able to identify the vigilante leader as
    the person behind her ordeal.
    “Immediately, the matter was lodged at the
    Ughelli ‘A’ Division Police Station. But before
    the police could arrive, the suspect fled
    through the ceiling of the room he was locked
    in.”
    Confirming the incident, an officer at the
    police station said: “We received a report of
    the incident. Investigation into the matter is
    ongoing.”
    OUR UNRELIABLE APROKO reports a police
    source has adviced the vigilante leader to
    surrender himself to the nearest police station
    before jungle justice association people come
    back from their long Christmas holiday break
    and catch up with him.

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    oneal
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    Na wao 4 waec watin we knw go see

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    Etz d'bramo
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    trust nobody…
    imagine person u so much love nd treated like ur own…
    what a payback

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    juxtapose
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    God save us

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    Etz Froshberry
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    Chai.

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