Graduate bags 7 years in jail for stealing mobile phone inside a church (see photo)

Graduate bags 7 years in jail for stealing mobile phone inside a church (see photo)

Williams Okonoboh Eromosele, has been sentenced to seven years in prison with hard labour for stealing a mobile phone inside a church by an Igbosere magistrate's court sitting in Lagos.

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Williams, who is an ex- convict, and a graduate of accountancy from Auchi Polytechnic in Edo state was recently sentenced by magistrate Mrs. O. Otitoju after he pleaded guilty on one-count charge.

Graduate bags 7 years in jail for stealing mobile phone inside a church (see photo)

The 28-year-old Auchi graduate was arrested after he stole a Huawei G73 phone valued at N70,000 at the Church of Resurrection Anglican located at 1004 estate, Victoria Island, Lagos, months after he was released from prison for stealing money from church offering box in December 2016.

Meanwhile, the Lagos state police command said a new kidnappers’ hideout has been discovered in Ikorodu.

NAIJ.com gathered that the new kidnappers’ hideout was a place where arms as well as police and military life jackets were stored.

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The Commissioner of Police in Lagos, Mr Fatai Owoseni, who confirmed the discovery to newsmen, said that it was made during raids of creeks at Isawo in Ikorodu area of Lagos.

Owoseni said that the hideout was discovered on Thursday by a team of Ikorodu Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) and Volunteer Police led by Superintendent Godfrey Soriweiu.

Below is a NAIJ.com video in which the farmers urged the government to come to their aide.

Source: Naija.ng

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