Vigilante Arrests Motorcycle Thieves
Man makes man to be wicked, so say some persons. This is why naturally, some people who are good, suddenly change and become unkind to their neighbors.
Mr. Akam Okechukwu is now regretting his good deed of showing care and providing accommodation for one of his stranded kinsmen, Mr. Samuel Nwokwu.
The indigene of Nkomoro autonomous community in Ezza North Local Government Area, took undue advantage of the hospitality shown to him by his kinsman by carting away his motorcycle.
The stolen motorcycle has the registration number, Ebonyi NKE 343 QT and belongs to one Akam Okechukwu.
The victim, Mr. Akam Okechukwu, an indigene of Umuezeokah, but who resides at Onueke town, told Bounce News that, it was the close relationship he had with Samuel that made him to accommodate him.
According to him, he spent the night with Samuel, but while he was leaving his home early in the morning, Samuel requested for his motorcycle for an errand which he gave to him without hesitation.
After one week, he disclosed that Samuel was nowhere to be found after he gave him his motorcycle.
He said he reported the matter to the Neighbourhood Security Watch (NSW) in the area, who mounted surveillance and eventually arrested him.
Okeh further revealed that after he gave the motorcycle to the suspect, he rode to his house, and collected the particulars of the motorcycle, with an undisclosed amount of money before he took to his heels.
“I traced Samuel to his house to see if I can recover my motorcycle there. When I got to his ancestral home, I was advised by some neighbours to intensify effort in his search.
“His people told me that he has been a torn on their flesh following his criminal activities.
“He was arrested after I made an official report with the state Neighborhood Security Watch (NSW) in Onueke, who traced and arrested him before handing him over to the police at Onueke.
“When Samuel was arrested, it was discovered that he had sold my motorcycle at the rate of seventy-two thousand naira to an artisan at Abakaliki Mechanic Village,” he stated.
He disclosed that Mr. Amobi, who bought the motorcycle had been arrested and taken to the same Onueke Division alongside the recovered motorcycle.
Speaking with members of the Neighbourhood Security Watch, Okike Sylvanus said Samuel Nwokwu was arrested after he had sold the motorcycle to a man at the Abakaliki Mechanic Village, before he was handed over to the police in Onueke.
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