- A 37-year-old woman has been arrested in Abuja for setting up her own kidnap in order to extort N20,000 from her sister
- The suspect says she did it because her business was no longer doing well due to the COVID-19 pandemic and because she wanted to test if her sister really loved her
- Torkwase Queen Ayakpa was arrested with her accomplice, one Fidelis Ikule
A woman has been arrested in Abuja for setting up her own kidnap in order to extort N20,000 from her sister.
The woman identified as Torkwase Queen Ayakpa reportedly confessed that she conspired with one Fidelis Ikule, Gistreel reports.
Legit.ng gathers that the 37-year-old hairstylist said she did it because her business was no longer doing well due to the coronavirus pandemic.
She also said that she also wanted to test if her sister really loved her. According to Torkwase, her sister had turned down her request for money.
The suspects were arrested after the police tracked the calls they were making for the ransom.
The lady said she left home on July 20, 2020, and called her sister, telling her she had been kidnapped and her abductors demanded N20,000 to free her.
Meanwhile, a Twitter user with the handle @maiyajanae_ has taken to the microblogging site to narrate how her friends helped her finish a test which was due on her birthday.
The lady said she forgot she had a test she was to submit on her birthday but her friends came together to help her finish it in the middle of her birthday party.
She shared a picture of her friends helping her out and captioned it: “I forgot I had a test during my birthday party and it was due at 11:59, so my girls came together and helped me finish in the middle of the turn up.”
Her followers took to the comment section to express their opinions as some accused her of cheating and publicly admitting it.
A Twitter user with the handle @asshole_4lyfee wrote: "So is it considered publicly admitting u cheated or I’m thinking too hard."
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