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Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Photos/Video: Ex-convict caught stealing car battery in Lagos after leaving prison

An ex-convict has been nabbed for stealing car battery after leaving prison. Below is a report posted on Facebook by the victim, Femi:
"The name of this man is kazeem oseni  ,he was once a panelbeater. He recently just returned from jail, ever since he returned several car batteries have been reported missing.unfortunately for kazeem when mine was stolen i raised an alarm ,unlike others who kept quite and replaced theirs for kazeem to come back and steal it again.
''kazeem Aka Alake was a prime suspect because he was found loitering around at an early hour of the day and because kazzem has previously been jailed for stealing a couple of years back it wasn't difficult to make him a prime suspect ,during a constructive interogation by myself with him all I had to do was play reverse physcology with him and he agreed to return my battery, just because he didnt want the case to excalate.we handed him over to the police for further interrogation on who he sells the other stolen batteries too,I was shocked when I realize kazeem sells a 28thousand naira battery for 2thousand naira not caring about the discomfort he would create for the car owners when they realize there battery is missing. 
the essence of posting this video is to show does who there car battery was previously stolen how this crime was done .and to educate the general public on how unsafe there car is ,also to encourage the public that jungle justice is not the way out after a criminal is caught .And to also encourage every car owner to go to there panelbeaters and have the location of there bonnet cable changed just to avoid this crime occurance in the future , and for those saying this video would educate criminals on how to steal people's battery,well everyday for the thief one day for the owner.Alake was lucky he didnt get Jungle justice you might not be lucky . Everyone has a lesson to learn from this crime.The question is what have you learnt"

9 comments:

Raji said...

this one is a small thief, look at the punishment that they gave him. why didn't they

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punish the kidnap kingpin "evans" like these, instead they were protecting him like a boss.

Anonymous said...

Nigerian prison system is to blame for all these. Prisoners leaving the prison shud be given at least 5000 to start up a business,if u leave them empty handed they have no option than to steal to survive

VJ said...

That is because there was no proper integration by the government when he got out of prison. Zoo country!. What will a battery that is worth less than 5k do for this grown man? He is hungry and needs food to eat. Bitter truth.

Esther Norah said...

Saw it on FB and was wondering the decent punishment they gave him unlike d usual Nigerians dat wud have made him go naked and beaten the life out of him. #NoToJungleJustice #NoToCrime period

Ezenwa sly said...

He is simply telling u people to take him back where he came back from since after serving jail terms he still go back to fast line

Ezenwa sly said...

He is simply telling u people to take him back where he came back from since after serving jail terms he still go back to fast line

Anonymous said...

See as he carry am for head. Thief!!!

Anonymous said...

Please send him back. his mumu never do. let him go for second term imprisonment.

Vivian Reginalds said...

kai HAUSA PEOPLE SHAMING THEIR VILLAGERS!
JUS NEGODU THE KAIN THN HE WENT TO STEAL... yeye!
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

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