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Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Houseboy sell boss’ N10m Jeep for N50k


A houseboy identified as Mayowa Ogunmola, who confessed to selling his master’s N10m Toyota Prado Land Cruiser for N50,000 has been arrested by the Lagos state Police.
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The arrest of the houseboy came after his boss, Femi Mayaki, of Wiliam Care Street, Anthony Village, Lagos petitioned the Commissioner of Police Lagos State on the 18/07/2018 at about 11:30hrs. He accused Mayowa of eloping with his Toyota Prado Land Cruiser Jeep containing personal documents.
The suspect who was arrested in Ikorodu where he took refuge, confessed to the crime during interrogation and further took the FSARS operatives to Ijeba-Ota, Ogun State where he claimed he gave the stolen car to one Femi Ayoade whom he asked to get a buyer for it.
Femi who was also arrested, confessed he sold the car to one Azeez Ibrahim, at the rate of N 50,000 and led the Operatives to arrest Azeez Ibrahim and the stolen car was eventually recovered from him. It was gathered that thethree suspects in the case are now in Police custody.
Few months ago, a  house help, Helen Wilson, was arrested for allegedly stealing her boss’ Toyota Camry and looting her property in the Victoria Island area of Lagos State. The suspect was tracked to a location in Benue State through her Facebookpost, where she was apprehended by some military officers alerted by her boss, Aisha Bulama.
The Garkida, Adamawa State indigene had been working for Bulama for the past five years at her house in Block C6, 1004 Estate, where the incident happened. The boss was said to have travelled to Kaduna State for a wedding last week when Wilson, together with her boyfriend, one Martins, drove the 2009 model car away.
A neighbour, who noticed that the car was not in the usual parking lot, alerted Bulama that her car had been stolen. Bulama, who spoke with Punch’s correspondent on the telephone, said the case was reported at the Victoria Island Police Division