Robbers Invaded Judge’s Apartment


The rate of unemployment in Nigeria reproduce Robbery and fraudulent activities from the youth of 21 century.

Two notorious armed robber was arrested by the police on February 22, 2020, broke into the Ikoyi home of a Lagos judge, carting away $1,000, N250,000, four wristwatches, a 50-inch LG television, two shirts and two pairs of shoes.

Friday Eze and Anuoluwa Adeware – alongside their alleged accomplices, Rasaq Bolaji and Beatrice Elom, were arraigned on 15 counts before the Federal High Court in Lagos.

According to the police,
Eze and Adewale, alongside one Monday Uvi and others still at large, invaded the judge’s home armed with a berretta pistol, a cutlass and a cudgel and dispossessed him of his belongings.

However, invaded the home of the Odunlamis at Parkview Estate, Ikoyi, on January 14, 2020, dispossessing the couple, at gunpoint, of two Samsung phones, one LG phone, two wristwatches, all valued at N1.5m, gold jewellery, valued at N60m; and cash sums of £680,000, $50,000 and N306,000.

The rate if crime continue to rise In Nigeria alongside with sexual abuse, internet frauds (YAHOO) the political are not left aside…

While the country move in poverty and suffering, with the pandemic rotating across Nigeria.

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