CCTV captured moment armed robbers scaled building fence to rob occupants

CCTV captured moment armed robbers scaled building fence to rob occupants

- Seven armed robbers were recently captured by a Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) as they scaled through a building fence to rob occupants

- They succeeded in the robbery operation and injured their victims

- The robbers were armed with machetes

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A video has emerged in which seven armed robbers could be seen scaling a fence and breaking into homes to rob occupants.

Legit.ng notes that the men, who were armed with machetes, were captured by a Closed Circuit Television (CCTV).

Some reports claim the incident happened in Abuja on Saturday, May 16, while others said it happened in Yola, Adamawa state.

After the robbery incident, there was blood on the floor of the compound, which indicated that the victims were injured in the course of the robbery.

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In other news, the comptroller general of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammed Babandede, has ordered the suspension of punitive redeployment of five female officers involved in Falz's Bop Daddy Challenge.

The NIS boss said the redeployment be put on hold pending the conclusion of investigation.

Recall that the female personnel were issued query by the service for participating in Bop Daddy challenge with their uniforms.

In a series of tweet on the official page of NIS, the matter involving the personnel is still being investigate, hence the suspension of the redeployment.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a 20-year-old lady identified as Miracle Kalu had been arrested for selling her one-month-old baby for N130,000 to a couple in Lagos.

Miracle, who is an orphan, blamed hunger for her action, saying she knew she would not be able to take care of the baby.

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Those who were conveying the baby to his new parents in Lagos were intercepted by policemen who were enforcing lockdown.

Miracle said: "I knew I could not take care of the baby because I am not working. I am an orphan. I was forced out of school when I was in Junior Secondary School 2 because there was no money to continue."

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