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    part one

    The police have arrested a house painter,
    Jamiu Jimoh, and his birth attendant
    daughter, Yetunde Osin, for allegedly stealing
    a two-month old baby girl from its mother.
    Jimoh, a 65-year-old divorcée, and Osin, a 35-
    year-old spinster, were arrested in possession
    of the baby by a team of police detectives
    from the Igbogbo Police Station, Ikorodu,
    Lagos following a tip off.
    The police source said the suspects are part
    of a child stealing and selling syndicate.
    The Nation Aproko learnt that Osin practices
    her birth attendant trade at her 4, Kadara
    Street residence in Oyingbo.
    It was learnt that on November 9, Osin helped
    a 28-year-old woman, Stella to deliver a baby
    girl at her home. She was said to have told
    the woman that the child was dead and even
    showed the mother a dead child. She then
    brought the baby to her father in Ikorodu.
    But Osin disputed the story, saying she found
    the baby under a bridge near her Oyingbo
    home.
    She said: “On November 9, I was walking
    along the road in Oyingbo. I found a baby on
    the ground. It was a female child, so I took it.
    That was the mistake I made. I should have
    gone to report to the police, but because it
    was a female baby, I liked it. That was how I
    took the baby home. But when I saw how
    everyone was behaving, gossiping, I brought
    the baby to my father in Ikorodu, so that I
    could be taking care of her from there. Even
    when I couldn’t come to Ikorodu from
    Oyingbo, my father was there to take care of
    her. On Sunday after leaving his home,
    someone called me at night that my father
    had been arrested.
    “I am a hairdresser, but I am also a
    traditional birth attendant. The baby wasn’t
    born at my place. I wasn’t the one that helped
    the mother of the child deliver the baby. But
    when the police heard that I was a traditional
    birth attendant and questioned me about
    whether I assisted the baby’s mother during
    delivery, I said yes.
    “I found the baby under the bridge on Apapa
    Road, Oyingbo. The baby has been with me
    since November.”
    Jimoh, who lives on 4, Aro Street, Ikorodu,
    also denied having knowledge that the baby
    was stolen.
    He confirmed to Lateef Akinborode, Executive
    Director, Community Women’s Rights
    Foundation (CWRF), Igbogbo, Ikorodu that the
    baby was found in his possession.
    In an audio interview with Akinborode, made
    available to The Nation Aproko, Jimoh said:
    “She (Osin) is not the baby’s mother. She was
    not pregnant. I don’t know the baby’s mother.
    My daughter has never brought children to me
    to take care of before.”
    OUR UNRELIABLE APROKO reports the native
    birth attendant has begged for she and her
    father to be freed, saying “We were just trying
    to help the baby girl, just like Pharaoh’s
    daughter helped Moses, who later helped lead
    Israel out of Egypt, perhaps its our destiny to
    help this child who could later lead Nigeria
    out of the slavery of poverty.”
    part two

    Outrage in a Ponzi WhatsApp group as an
    admin identified as Tunde (Not real name)
    made away with over 600, 000 naira from his
    members.
    JTownConnect Metro Aproko gathered that the
    Ponzi scheme name was Togetherness, where
    you provide a help (PH) of 3,000 Naira and
    get a help (GH) of 6,000 Naira in just
    48hours.
    According to a member of the group, It was
    gathered that Tunde ran a massive and catchy
    advert on Facebook where he dropped the
    WhatsApp group link which enabled him get
    such number of people in a short while.
    Tunde who waited till the group was filled up
    and was able to convince 200+ members to
    provide him help with 3,000 Naira each would
    in return double their money in 2 days time
    (24hours).
    2 days after members were waiting for their
    money, all they saw was a new number
    removing all the group members at once,
    meanwhile the originated group number has
    long left. Till this moment, non of the
    numbers are going through.
    OUR UNRELIABLE APROKO reports a member
    of the Togetherness group told him that the
    way the admin of the group was deleting
    them, at one point it felt like rapture but the
    only difference a gate fee of N3,000 was
    taken.


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    Etz d'bramo
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    hnmm!
    oluwa z involve


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    oneal
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    hahaha d secnd funny


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    Sunshine
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    lol ponzi for whatsapp


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    juxtapose
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    let me come and be going


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    Etz Froshberry
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    Oh! This guy will make people think those online schemes are scam now.

    I can never get involved in those WhatsApp group schemes.


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