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Friday, December 7, 2012

Alali Hart Robbed By Her Security Man


Four robbery suspects have reportedly told the police how they robbed Alali Hart, a woman who runs a boutique, of N431,000 cash and other properties worth N5.3 million at Oniru Road, Oniru Estate, Victoria Island, Lagos, Southwest Nigeria.

The four suspects, Amos Osang, 21, Nduka Okafor, 23, Ndi Johnson, 22 and Clement Odey who was a security guard like the first suspect, allegedly committed the offence on 5 November, 2012.

The first suspect, according to the police at the Bar Beach Division, Victoria Island, Lagos, was arrested along with his accomplices by an anti-robbery team on stop and search mission, led by Inspector Kabiru Lawal on 5 November 2012 at Eko Hotel roundabout, Victoria Island. They were nabbed at about 9:30 p.m inside a Lagos private taxi.


Items recovered from them include, N431,000, five GSM phones, Samsung laptops, assorted jewelry, wrist watches, necklaces, gold bangles, rings and a torch light, all valued at N5,340,000.

During interrogation at the station, all the suspects allegedly confessed that they were the robbers who raided Oniru Estate, Victoria Island on the day.

In his confessional statement to the police, ring leader and mastermind of the robbery attack, Amos Osang, a former security guard to their victim said “it is true that I recruited my colleagues to help in robbing my former boss to enable me raise sufficient money to start a new life after I was sacked.

“When my former employer posted me to the woman’s house to work, she was very nice and kind to me and other securitymen. But when I was sacked for stealing, the devil entered into me and led me to rob her. I discussed my feelings with my friend, Nduka Okafor, who was recently freed from prison and appealed to him to assist me to rob her. He agreed to participate in the robbery, with a promise to give me money if we succeeded.’’

He said on the day of the incident, the gang invaded the place with knives and dangerous weapons and the security man on duty, Clement Odey, who was aware of the whole plan opened the gate for them.

‘‘We carried out the robbery, but in trying to make good our escape, we ran into the police who arrested us. I regret hurting my former boss because she was very nice to me when I worked with her. I pray that God may forgive me,” he was quoted as telling the police.

After investigation by Sergeant Nurudeen Lawal, all the suspects were arraigned before an Igbosere Magistrate’s Court on a two-count charge of armed robbery.

The plea of the accused persons was, however, not taken as the court lacks the jurisdiction to try the matter. The presiding Magistrate, W. B. Balogun ordered that they be remanded at Ikoyi Prison pending advice from the Director of Public Prosecution, DPP. He adjourned the matter till 7 January, 2013 for hearing.

Source: Pm News

30 comments:

  1. This woman must have annointed her belongings. She must be a serious prayer warrior because this type of thing HARDLY ever happens in that naija. Recovering stolen goods? hmmmm She should not depart from that her God

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    1. Maybe she goes to CCC.......hehehhehe

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    2. She is very lucky. Take out your dry CCC joke from here.

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  2. Alali Hart? what kind of name is that? what part of naija is that from

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    1. what a dumb ass comment!

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    2. ode, the place is called Rivers state....mumu...dosgbe

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    3. Ignorance asking what type of name Alali hart is. Except of course you are from South Africa or Kenya. We know you troll our blogs.

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    4. Who got my Kay angry.

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    5. you are a myopic individual who refuse to see that nigeria has 250 tribes and counting.....mtchewww....its a beautiful rivers state name......

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    6. Wait a lot of you assoles on this blog must be steady pms-ing. It is a simple question. Is this a naija name. Yes or no and if you know what part of naija it is from, then say it or shut up. Why insult the askee. Is everyone from naija or did everyone grow up in naija.

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    7. @anoymous 07 December, 2012 22:39 you are a big fool. a bufoon. A peanut brain. How dare you call other Africans trolls. Who the fuck do you think you are. Bloody animalistic nigerian

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    8. Tandikile other Africans who troll Nigerian blogs. You just showed your typical illiteracy by failing to understand my post. You must be animalistic to use that word on someone else you don't know. No you practice bestiality by sleeping with your goats. That has now made you have a goat brain. Brainless anuofia. Why don't you fuck off to your dry blogs. As a non-Nigerian leave us with our names. Yours sounds like some kind of meat. The one from your goats.

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  3. I have a friend called Alali Long-John and she is 110% Nigerian...from Delta or so..

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    1. Must be Rivers or Bayelsa. They own those names.

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  4. Rivers state Mumu!!

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  5. Dem still dey use devil lie. Poor devil

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    1. They will always use his name to lie. He is the cause of this. The cause of every evil

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  6. Thank God for her life.

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  7. I think this is the woman who owns Montaigne place, she's very lucky tho

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  8. Those stupid igbo pple that run their mouth on this blog have conveniently failed to notice these 4 thieves r igbos. Stealing, betrayal, fraudulent practices, ritual killings, extreme greed run in their blood. Desperate pple who can D̶̲̥̅̊o anytin for money. If the thieves were yoruba, u would have heard them opening their coffins they call mouth and then typing trash.

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    1. U re a fool everytime igbos na wetin does yoruba not ve those vices u mentioned idiot

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    2. I always warn Ladun from posting tribalistic comments. Even yours is tainted with tribalism. I have abused an Igbo drug pusher here and i got abuse from people saying if it were my brother won't i support him. I remember saying that i will condemn him and thank God we don't come from where we don't have, so my siblings will never do such.

      Now let us analyse the names;
      Amos Osang; not Igbo. Probably South South like Cross Rivers. It could even be Ondo.
      Nduka Okafor; Igbo
      Ndi Johnson; can be anywhere from Lagos to Delta to Rivers. Ndi could be Ndidak or even Andy.
      Clement Odey; sounds like Cross Rivers. The Odeys i know are from there.

      Now, you see the malaise is a national one and not just peculiar to one tribe.

      While you are at it, perhaps a geography and/or history class that teaches where particular names are from will suffice.

      Before you abuse me, I have said it time and time again that i'm in an inter-tribal marriage. Proudly Nigerian!

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    3. erm u foolish Anon 11:28 numb skull...Amos Osang and Clement Odey are not Igbo names o! *rme*

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  9. Olodo! U r one of those very ignorant ones who think if u r not hausa or yoruba then u must be Ibo. Olodo, what happened to middle belt nigerians

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  10. What's mumu and dumb about the anons question?? Slaves!! Embracing slave names and proud of it ! Mcheew give me a funke or chineye or ekaite anyday to all this slave master names mcheeew

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    1. It is their choice! They are not igbo,yoruba, or calabar but ijaws, so they can't go with the names you listed! Please grow up and stop being an asshole and respect people's choices!

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  11. Alali Hart should be Okrika,Rivers State

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  12. Na wah o... See war..

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  13. Alali Hart could be Bonny or Opobo in Rivers state

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  14. well fellow Nigerians...let us always maintain decorum when addressing issues and stay focused on the matter at hand rather than insulting one another....sometimes it can be hilarious reading people's comment while other times the type of comment given is so out of line....let us be civil and respect each other

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