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Monday, August 10, 2020

Community Loots N60 Million Stolen By Robbers From Bank..

Oba Rafiu Mustapha, the Onjo of Okeho, a town in Kajola Local Government Area of Oyo State has blamed “bad boys” for the looting of a vehicle containing sacks of money stolen by armed robbers from a bank in the town.







The traditional ruler spoke in reaction to the looting of the bullet-ridden get-away car used by the robbers that laid siege to a branch of First Bank of Nigeria (FBN) on July 29.

The car was said to belong to a staff of the bank.

Premium Times reported that the vehicle contained N60 million carted away by the robbers, four of whom were set ablaze after being overpowered and caught by a combined team of community vigilante, local hunters and some members of the Oodua Peoples’ Congress (OPC).

Mustapha was further quoted as saying that investigation was underway to uncover the identity of the looters in order to bring them to justice.

An unnamed senior official of the bank explained, “It is unfortunate that the gallantry displayed by the community men is now being overshadowed by the activities of the unscrupulous men and women in the community who stole what had already been saved by the brave warriors.

“This money is roughly N60 million and nobody has reported that a penny was retrieved. That is unfortunate. So what is the difference between the robbers who attacked us, killed a police officer and stole from the vaults, and those who shared the loot? Who says the robbers are not known to the community, then? Was it a set-up or what? The community needs to redeem its image.”
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23 comments:

  1. Akuko. Lucky community

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  2. Most Nigerians are not honest people.
    They complain about corruption but
    they loot at the slightest opportunity.
    Same thing happens when a fuel or kerosene tanker
    tumbles.
    So sad.

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  3. So the OPC now burn alive and not hand over to police? 😮😮😮
    Is it possible that those who set ablaze
    actually looted the monies from the car. Because I don't see how they will
    set the thieves ablaze and the monies
    disappear.
    Wow! Nigeria is a weird story.
    😮😮😮😮😮😮

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  4. Ole gbe, ole gba, thief steal am ,another thief collect am. Double wahala for deady body

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  5. Bank manager sef go don add him own, money stolen fit no reach 60m o

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    1. Of course, even if no money was stolen, the Bank manager
      will say how much he wants to loot.
      You see how he jumped out to announce a figure even no one
      asked him like how much was looted?

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  6. Looting looting looting..........
    My focus is on the unfortunate four "caught and set ablaze" only for the sake of assumed 60m......
    I'm not taking sides with evil.
    The main thieves loot and cart away over billions and they are given a chance to come out and say they were being accused but these ones are already serving their punishment without a chance to say a single thing....... It's quite appaling
    Whatsoever that is good for the goose is also good for the gander...



    Ekwuchalam

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  7. This exactly is my problem with people. You are quick to set ablaze the robbers but you have done exactly what they did.

    See how quick they gave judgement to the thieves when they are one and the same.

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  8. Enter your comment...Armed robbers stole the money, thieves looted same. Na waooo for Naija

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  9. They killed the thieves,then stole the loot. Smh. One of these senators should should pass a bill on jungle justice in this country

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