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Sunday, 14 May 2017

Photos: Man who was beaten and arrested in Delta State for stealing employer's food regains his freedom

Joseph Timothy, who was arrested in Asaba, Delta State for burglary and stealing has been released
According to the CEO of Behind Bars Initiative, Prince Gwamnishu Harrison , Timothy was released late yesterday night, May 13, after two weeks in police custody for breaking into his employer's home and stealing food. Below is the report: 

Late last night Joseph from released to us and not only was he release, "CASE CLOSED"
His Story:
Joseph like any other Gate man was been owned Salary by his Boss. The Boss traveled and Joseph was hungry. He then sort for alternative and broke his Boss Kitchen door and stole some food and ate.
His Boss returned from travel discovered that his Kitchen door was damaged and the soup he kept in refrigerator stolen.
Joseph been the only Person at home was the first person to ask. Joseph didn't deny stealing food from his Boss.
His Boss alerted his neighbors and Joseph was beaten and handed over to the Nigeria Police.
“ The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something. Don’t wait for good things to happen to you. If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope, you will fill yourself with hope" Barack Obama.
God bless Nigeria.


NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Just for soup?

... Merited happiness

Timothy said...

why would the boss owe him salary when he knows he needs it

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for survival? in some european countries policeis not allowed to arrest anybody that steals food for survival.

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what a good gesture.

Agbomen said...

Oh what a country!!!!!! Food! Food!! Food!!!!! *Sigh's*. It's well!

Anonymous said...

Why would you owe him and expect him not to steal your pot of soup,Yeye boss Laprato says so

Vivian Reginalds said...

poverty ndo!
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

valushi said...

The boss is so shameless, he will definitely be judged by God. As far as I am concerned he is a wicked boss, you owed somebody working under you, where did you expect him to get food from? He even owned up,when asked, yet you set a mob on him,not done you still took him to the police? Mr Boss, there is God o!

Chop Chop said...

The employer is a wicked individual.

uniquechic said...

even though stealing is bad d boss no try..if ds isnt a regular occurrence he shd have relieved him of d job sef and pay him full salary..
Hunger is bad o!!!! he broke in and only carried soup in d fridge he didnt go further and break into d rooms stealing valuable properties and abscond..dat wuld have been easily done and he will sell dem and get more of his salary..
he stole and still waited for u to return nd u arrested..d man is wicked sha..
He should have even sacked him, remove d cost of d soup from his wages, changed d locks of d house and gate and let him be on his way..
but to now call police na wa he must be a terrible boss.

ken christy said...

It's a pity!!!

Alice vincent Andrew said...

By entering the house he had the chance to steal money or properties but he focused on food which proves that he was hungry. I strongly disagree that he is a thief because if his boss can detain him for 2weeks, if he stole before, he would have him killed. Nigerians we should change ooo

merikse chinedu eziuloh said...

Hp he still going to pay d guy his full wages & d accumulated interest?
Plz u should not let d matter go like dis until dis guy is paid fully for services rendered

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