Stella Dimoko Ex Convict Re-Arrested For Theft Two Days After Serving 7 Year Jail Term


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Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Ex Convict Re-Arrested For Theft Two Days After Serving 7 Year Jail Term

A 35-year-old ex-convict, Anietie Okon, was on Tuesday paraded alongside 24 others by the Cross River State Police Command for attempting to a steal car battery two days after he finished serving his seven years jail term.

Okon said he had gone to steal the battery in order to raise money to buy items for cleansing as prescribed by a church prophet in Calabar.

This came just as state command said it had recovered five AK47 rifles from an undisclosed grave at Goldie cemetery in Calabar.

Commissioner of Police, Mr. Hafiz Inuwa, said Okon was arrested on May 21 at about 9.45am for breaking into a workshop with the intention of stealing valuable properties.

He said that the victim would soon be charged to court as investigation and confession showed that he was culpable.

Corroborating the commissioner’s position, Okon said, “I had no money on me. I went to the church for deliverance but the prophet asked me to go and buy some materials for cleansing. I did not have any money, so, I went to a mechanic workshop to see if I could get money.

“I sighted a battery and wanted to take it for sale but I was caught by security operatives. That was how I found myself in the police custody again. Please I beg for mercy, I will not do it again. I actually told the church that I had no money.”


*Charged to court so easily but the real thieves are out there being celebrated and are allegedly above the Law......*Hissss*


  1. This one spirit of thief thief dey his body. He needs deliverance.

    Even if he served, he will still go back again to commit another one. May God help him and defeat that spirit that is making him steal

  2. Side eyes, enjoy your stay Anietie.

  3. Prison is meant to be a form of rehabilitation instead it makes one more hardened. Oga go take a permanent room.

  4. his village ppl at work. i pity him though

  5. Singing..... Ayé lè ó, ibo sì ó......

  6. Stealing is in his dna. Let him remain there

  7. I am not justifying what he did but let's be truthful, it would be hard for him to get any financial help after he came out from prison. Our society is messed up

  8. His a born thieve or a kleptomania.

    1. Na born theft jare or kleptomanium no be only thieve.

  9. He is going back to his house, which is the prison

  10. Dis wan na Seun Egbegbegbe younger brother.


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