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Businesswoman loses N22 million wares to two workers

A businesswoman and importer who operates a shop at Balogun Street, Idumota, Lagos Island, Lagos, Onasanya Adetoun, has dragged her two workers before a Lagos Magistrate Court for allegedly using spare keys to open her shop after closing hours to steal wares valued at N22m and escaped.

Police arrest four suspects for purchasing N9.8 million goods with fake bank alert

Operatives of the Federal Special Anti-robbery Squad, FSARS, at Adeniji Adele Road, Lagos Island, Lagos have arrested four men who allegedly connived with two others still at large to purchase 1,100 cantons of vegetable power oil valued N9,880,000 from the Management of Multi-purpose Consumer Product Ltd with fake bank alert and escaped.

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