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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Stolen Phone Lands Couple In HOT Soup....

A husband and wife have landed in serious trouble after they were found with a phone belonging to a woman who was kidnapped and murdered in Imo state. 






The husband found with the mobile phone of 45-year-old Mrs. Amaka Okere, who was kidnapped and murdered in Mbieri, Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo State, said the phone was given to him by his wife.

According to Vanguard, the duo identified as Emeka Adibe his wife, Monica were paraded by the Imo State Police Command in Owerri, on tuesday

Giving details of the incident, the state Commissioner of Police, Mr. Chris Ezike, said: “You will recall that on March 1, Mrs Amaka Okere, aged 45, of Mbieri in Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo State, was kidnapped and murdered.

"Investigations are in progress. Emeka Adibe and Monica Adibe were arrested on June 15 in Rivers State and the victim’s telephone handset recovered from them.”

While confessing, Mrs Adibe said it was her twin sister’s husband who gave her the phone.

Monica said: “I am a native of Arochukwu in Abia State; I am married with two kids. I went for a child dedication in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.

“While preparing to return home, my sister’s husband gave me a phone. I did not know it was not his. When I returned home, my husband saw the phone, took it and started using it; the Police arrested him.

“I came to ask why he was arrested and the Police also arrested me.”

Her husband Mr. Emeka Adibe, said: “I swear, I don’t know anything about the phone. It is my wife that brought it and the police saw it and arrested me. This phone has put me in trouble.”



*They should arrest the twin sister's husband before parading them.I wonder why the Police always rushes to parade  without full investigations first.

Watch the kind of phone you are gifted,if it is not brand new,dont accept it!...



21 comments:

  1. Wahala...the in-law is a kidnapper­čś×

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  2. This is why I always advice people not to buy 2nd hand phone. Buy brand new phone if you want to buy.

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  3. Android phones have got personal wahala.

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  4. Awwww, they may be innocent ooo
    It's just unfortunate
    Please be careful about the things u take from people especially phones even if they r from ur friends/family.
    May God help them
    Nigeria police are stupid sha..what if they are not guilty. Why expose their faces? E nor go better for nigeria police men

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  5. So if the twin's husband knows that they have been arrested because of the phone, he will sit in his house and wait for the police to show up.

    Nigeria police repent ooooo!!!!! This story should have been released after the sister's husband and other related criminals are arrested. Its so clear why the police and other authorities keep failing and losing cases. This is so stupid it's suspect.

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  6. They must come from that part, smh!

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    1. Part of what?
      Half of your brain is not functioning. Ewu!

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  7. Now that they've been paraded, her twin sister's husband may just run to evade arrest. Na wa!

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  8. Stella just it all, if it's not new the phone no fit reach my hand, with everything happening this days, I don over learn no be small.

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  9. Either one of d kidnappers sold d phone out or the twin sisters husband is one of the kidnappers.

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  10. But this policemen are so unprofessional, why will they parade them since she can lead them to where she got it from

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  11. Awoof no get bone. See what awoof has caused. Too much give me give me, nai cause this one. Foolish policemen, they would have find out more and get the twins husband before rushing to put this couple in the media.

    If i am the man that gave them the phone, i will disappear with my family to cotonu

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  12. This is an unfortunate incident that is why they advice people not to buy used phone because some are stolen phones.

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  13. Why parade them first? What if they r saying the truth? Nigerian police and their stupidity.

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  14. This should serve as a warning to those that buy second hand phones, if you must buy let it be from a shop where you will be given receipt to avoid stories like this.

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  15. My last phone was my brother's phone. After the "real owners" of my lumia took it, he gave it to me. If I can't trust my blood brother, who then? As for buying used phones, what we should advise is that we buy from shops or people who can issue receipts. If I can't afford a new phone, shouldn't I buy what I can afford with specifications I want?

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