Suspect Ties Debtor Over ₦4.6m Debt in Lagos
A Suspect has tied a victim named, Reuben Alozie to a stick with ropes at No. 29, Abeokuta Street, Ebute Metta, Lagos. Information Guide Nigeria
Channels Tv, reports that the victim was tied from 22nd September to 23rd September over a debt N4.6m.
Speaking, the State Police Command, Adekunle Ajisebutu said that, the suspect was nabbed following a complaint by the Victim’s wife.
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Channels Tv reports that the Victim, Reuben Alozie was rescued by the police while the Creditor was apprehended.
According to Channels Tv, the creditor tried several means to recover his money but did not succeed, he thereafter resorted to self-help by tying the debtor for about 24 hours before the police came to his rescue.
Reports reveal that the suspect said he resorted to self- help after he has tried several ways to recover his money from the victim. Jamb Results
The Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu ordered the transfer of the suspect to the Command’s Tactical Team to ensure proper investigation and prosecution.
Addressing the general public, Hakeem Odumosu warned the people against taking laws into their hands.
He advised them to report issues to proper authorities and ensure they take legal actions to seek justice.
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