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Young Nigerian shares his experience with SARS operatives and it’s a sad news

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The #ENDSARS has cold out on the internet and yet, the Government has not made an attempt to check the harsh approach of SARS operatives towards Nigerians when they want to carry out their “duty”.

A young Nigerian on Facebook shared the experience he had with SARS operatives on his way to see his barber. He recorded that he was assaulted by some unidentified SARS operatives who pushed him to a car and meanly requested to see his phone. He struggled and refused to let them see his phone, drawing serious attention.
The SARS operatives was forced to let him go.
It’s so unfair to young Nigerians who are trying as much as possible to get their heads above the waters and yet by maltreated by what was meant to protect him. According to him, at first he was called to attention by a SARS operative who he thought was one of these “area boys” who like to test your guts. So he snubbed.
If he mistook a SARS operatives for an area boy, then the way SARS operatives dress should be looked into. Perhaps the SARS operatives was not good looking enough to qualify as a law enforcement agent.

Read his story below.

Today, I was harassed twice by the infamous SARS. I was held and handled like I was specially on their wanted list. I was lost in anger and confusion, and I won’t stop asking these questions:

Do we walk our streets with fear choking us?

Is it a crime to be a lad today?

Should be look like slaves because we don’t want to be treated like criminals for looking good?

– Should we use phones produced in the 90s to prove our innocence?

Nigeria is my country and I love it so much, but it’s a shame citizens have to suffer this kind of lawlessness in the hands of “men with guns.”

When asked by another Facebook user “What exactly did they “attack” you for? For holding a fancy phone? Or did they found anything incriminating on ur phone?”

He said.

 I wasn’t holding a phone, to begin with. I had just returned with my sister from the center she sat for the Jamb exams held earlier today. 

As I got home, I decided to pay my barber a visit, but I got stopped by a guy who was leaning against a car. In the car, there were two other men. 

“where are you going to?” he asked, meanly. I was surprised and I thought he was one of the random street guys trying to be funny. Without saying a word, I tried walking past him, only for me to be held by my pants’ band and harshly pushed against the car he was previously leaning on. 

Just as I was asking what I did wrong, one other unidentified man came down from the car, held my shirt by the collar and he pinned me on the car so hard. 

It was then the eldest of them all said I was suspected to indulge 
in cyber fraud, and my phone had to be checked by them. 

This statement made me get so angry and I refused to give them my phone unless I saw a warrant. 

Things heated up so fast and we had more audience than the famous Mayweather Vs Pacquiao fight. 

They were forced to let me go, when people asked to see if I existed on their wanted list, or if they had a search warrant and they couldn’t provide it.

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Employment seeking girl steals N108k from her prospective employer

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Opportunity comes but once, this young girl believes as she stole N108k from her prospective employer. A female jobseeker has been captured for taking One Hundred and Eight Thousand Naira amid her prospective employee meeting in Delta State.

It was accumulated that the businessperson at the organization had ventured out to get something, leaving the suspect in the workplace. The young lady professedly utilized the chance to take N108k and fled.

Good fortune, be that as it may, ran out on her, days after the fact, while going through the road where the workplace is found. She was expeditiously caught and dragged to her home where the rest of the cash was recovered.

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Lagos tenant uses Landlord’s apartment to dupe house appliance vendors of N50 million

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Read this narration by twitter handle, @Wenogetjob, which tells of how he eavesdropped on a couples conversation of a duping man. The man rented a house for 2 month, bought expensive items worth up to N50 million on credit. Left the rented apartment with all the appliances he has not paid for, after winning the trust of the sellers.

Hey peepz, I have a gist tho I don’t know if it’s true or not..But I will say it Sha. I was just walking on the street 2receive fresh air when I saw a couple. d man was telling his wife about an incident. I kukuma slowed down an walked behind them to hear d full gist.

It was more like a scam story. A certain man walked up to a Landlord in our area and requested to rent his apartment for 2 months, with the excuse that he was traveling to Canada and just came to Lagos for the Visa Processing.. They agreed on 150K.

The man paid and took ownership of the apartment.He then went out to Vendors in town and negotiated to buy expensive items on lease. With installment payment plans.. He was said to have collected home appliance worth N50,000,000 from various vendors.

He then took them all to the apartment one by one to build trust. At least once they know he lives there, they can easily come around and pack their stuffs if he defaults, these people didn’t know what would hit them was going to be deadlier than Tsunami.

As agreed with the Landlord, the man packed out even earlier than expected… Left with all the items, of which he had not finished the payment..and the Landlord was so happy to have struck a better deal He immediately rented out the apartment to another family.

One by one, the creditors began to come in and same story was relieved to them.. Some fainted, some threatened hell fire …. To cut the long story short, Baba Ijebu was arrested alongside the new tenant.. You know Naija now… #POLICE  no wan hear wuen

They were only saved after a Landlord intervened. He is a legal practitioner and took up the case. But sincerely speaking. I wonder how some people feel at rest knowing fully well their victims would suffer.  I guess it all centers on lack of conscience. This is bad #dojon

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How a middle-aged man died after withdrawing N100,200 from the bank will shock you

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How a middle-aged man died after withdrawing N100,200 from the bank will shock you

What could have taken the life of a middle-aged man, identified only as Muyibi, who collapsed and died in a commercial cab in the Ojota area of Lagos State.

PUNCH Metro reports that Muyibi boarded the cab after withdrawing money from a United Bank for Africa branch in the Ogudu area. Then the driver had turned to to take his fee from Muyibi when he realized the man had become motionless. After reaching the terminus, a resident told Punch’s correspondent that the driver alighted from the cab to slightly push Muyibi, who was cold.

The resident, who did not want to be identified, said,

“The driver had picked some other passengers along the way, and they had all paid and dropped off at their various bus stops.
“When the victim did not respond when they got to the terminus, the driver parked the cab to rouse him, but he was cold.
The driver raised the alarm, which drew the attention of commuters and passersby to the scene. People checked him and discovered that the man was dead.”

Policemen from the Ogudu division were said to have been alerted to the incident. The driver’s vehicle was impounded just like that, while the man’s body was deposited in a morgue.

A source person at the terminus who spoke with Punch newspaper confirmed the incident, saying:

“It happened around 3pm on Friday. The man went to withdraw some money in UBA. The Ogudu Divisional Police Officer was compassionate; she pitied the cab driver, who had become jittery.
Although the man was not detained, his cab was impounded at the station pending when the deceased’s family would show up,” he added.

Lagos state Police Public Relations Officer, SP Chike Oti, said the police recovered N100,200 from the victim’s bag.

He said:

“The man was on his way to Ojota when he collapsed and died. We recovered the sum of N100,200 from his bag.
He also had a phone, which had a new SIM card. There is no contact on the phone and nobody has called him. We have a lead as to where he could be living.
His body has been deposited in a morgue for autopsy.”

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