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My Nigerian boyfriend stole my two cars, looted my home – South African lady

A South African lady, Yolanda Khosi Magagula, had alleged that Ugochukwu Chimerenze Lucky, her Nigerian boyfriend, stole two cars, jewelries and other property from her home.

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