- A young Nigerian man, Val Obil, has lamented on social media after his bag was stolen at a bank in Lekki
- Obil had visited the bank and he kept his bag in a locker, locked the door with its key and kept it
- After performing his transactions at the bank, Obil discovered that he could no longer open the locker with his key. The attention of security was called and they helped him open it with another key
- Obil’s bag with valuable items was missing and he has promised a N200,000 reward for anyone who can provide useful information on the thief who was displayed on the CCTV footage
Many individuals in Lagos go about hustling every day to make legit money, while others look around for victims to prey on and steal their hard earned cash.
A young TV producer, Val Obil, has taken to social media to lament after his bag with valuable items was stolen at a Fidelity bank branch in Lekki.
Val had kept his bag in one of the lockers provided by the bank and he made sure to lock it and keep the key. However, when he went back to get his bag, he discovered that his key could no longer open the door.
The attention of security personnel was called and he was given another key. Upon opening the locker, Val’s bag was discovered to be missing.
In a CCTV footage Val was able to get from the bank, the suspected thief was seen taking the bag from the locker.
The young producer has now promised to give whoever can provide his bag a N200,000 reward. See his post below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that a gang of handicapped armed robbers were caught on CCTV during an operation.
In the video shared on Twitter by Laila Ijeoma, about three men, two of them handicapped, entered what looks like a store and pretended to be customers.
While a lady directed one of the handicapped men to a waiting area, he brought out a gun from his bag and showed his true intent. His second partner who is also handicapped served as the lookout as he stood by the door with his gun.
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