WARNING! Treat Your Staff Right, You Might Not Be This Lucky!
We are not out to encourage crime but if you have people working for you, stop owing or delaying their salaries, you may not be lucky to have the non-vindictive ones.
This is the robbery case involving two security guards, Kingsley Okon Asuquo, 19 and Isaac Edet, 18, assigned by Strongcity Security Services to guard a Lagos lawyer, Prof. McCarty Mbadugha.
They ended up attacking and robbing the same man that hired them for protective services.
The police had on October 13, 2018, at about 5.30PM, received information that armed bandits wearing Strongcity Security Services held one Barrister Joseph Mbadugha aka Prof McCarty Mbadugha, hostage in his office at JohnVic Igbanogo street, Lekki Phase one, Lagos.
Operatives from Maroko Police Station and FSARS Ikeja, jointly mobilised to the scene.
On sighting the operatives, the hoodlums ran in different directions to avoid being arrested but one of them, who gave his name as Isaac Edet, was nabbed at the scene.
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During interrogation, he mentioned and led detectives to arrest his partner in crime, one Kingsley Asuquo.
Interestingly, both suspects are staff of Strongcity Security Services attached to the victim.
They claimed the victim does not pay their salary as and when due, hence they planned with others at large to rob him and even kill him if necessary.
They succeeded in dispossessing the victim of a bag containing his laptop computer, cash sum of 40,000 naira, three cheque booklets, and one iPhone-6. All items were recovered from them during investigation.
Meanwhile, CP Lagos has directed the head of the Command's Intelligence Unit to fish out the suspects at large for prosecution.
You may have read on social media that Innoson Motors lawyer was attacked by unknown assailants.
This is the lawyer and now we know his assailants aren’t strangers but enemies within.
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