Lagos Pastor Caught On Cctv Stealing Apple Laptops 

This story was told by Facebook user Uju Patricia. According to the story, operatives of Rapid Response Squad (RRS) of the Lagos state police command, arrested a 47-year-old Pastor Ikemefuna Aje.

Pastor Aje confessed to stealing during a seminar organised for internet brand managers at a hotel in GRA, Ikeja, Lagos.

The nefarious deed was however given away as he was caught on CCTV committing the crime. He stole 5 MacBooks, one HP computer and some assorted personal effects, which he immediately took down to Computer Village in Lagos, and sold to one Saliu Ibraheem for N1, 110, 000.

He has been friends with Ibraheem for about 7 years. However, due to the quick response of the policemen, Pastor Ikemefuna was traced to No 5 Tony Street, Ejigbo, Lagos where he was hosting about 34 other church members in an house-fellowship.

Ikemefuna stole those gadgets when the seminar’s participants were having lunch in the hotel. After his arrest, he led the security operatives to his house, where a car a 4Runner Toyota, a master key, Zinox laptop, several computer bags, computer and tablet accessories as well as seminar materials and a sum of N700, 000, were recovered.

The police asked how he got to know about the seminar which wasn’t advertized on national dailies or in any media house, Ikemefuna disclosed that he had people who furnished him with information on conferences and seminars.

He also revealed that the seminar was one of the many others where he had gate crashed.

Meanwhile, a pastor identified as Prophet Obi O. of Anchor of Restoration Church was stripped to his underwear in Asaba after he was caught in intercourse with a married woman.

According to reports, he was caught red handed. He was made to hold his church banner while being paraded around in his underpants around Owufuju street in Asaba.

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