The need for employers of labour to do thorough profiling of their employees cannot be overemphasized.

Attempts were made on four different occasions, between April and July 2018, to steal money from the school account. 

This was the complaint to the commissioner of police, Lagos state, CP Imohimi Edgal, by the proprietress of a notable private school in Lagos state.

She further alleged that within that period, she received four debit transaction alerts of various sums of money ranging from 900,000 naira, 800,000 naira, 150,000 naira and 600,000 naira respectively.

She therefore requested the police to unravel the persons behind the crime.

According to the police, the Commissioner mobilised a crack team of detectives from the State Intelligence Bureau led by CSP Vera Ameh to fish out the brains behind the attempt to commit the “felonious act to wit stealing”.

“Through diligent investigation, one Oyekunle Abolarin, male, 42 years, of No.4 Shoyebo street, Alapere, Ketu, a native of Omuaran, Kwara state, a security guard at the college was arrested.

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“During interrogation, he confessed to the stealing of four different cheque leaves belonging to the school.

“He thereafter called in his brother-in-law, one Are Jerry Bankole, a native of Iffe Ikoyi town of Ijumu LGA, Kogi state, who provided the Diamond bank account used in the attempt to withdraw the various amounts,” a police statement reads.

You may be shocked to know that the suspect, Kunle Abolarin did this evil to the woman whom he claimed awarded scholarships to his four children.

Both suspects are currently in police custody and are helping in further investigation of the case.

The Commissioner of Police reiterates that proper profiling of job applicants or new staff remains the first step to avoid incidences of this nature.

He also warned business owners to learn how to keep their cheque books and ATM cards away from unauthorised persons.

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