I want to take my family for crossover – Married man begs for money after being robbed by runs girl in hotel

A Nigerian man has begged popular social media user and business analyst, Lawrence Okoro for financial assistance after random girl he took to a hotel robbed him.

He revealed that they spent last night together, but when he woke up this morning, his wallet and chain had been stolen by the woman.

The married man asked Lawrence to send him some money for him to get back to his wife and children because he is supposed to take them to church for crossover service.

It read; “Good morning boss, please I need your urgent help. I lodge in a hotel last night with a random girl, I woke up this morning to know that she’s gone with my chain and wallet.

“I need to get back to my wife and children for crossover service. Help me with any money you can assist me with. Thanks.”

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Meanwhile, in other news…

A former pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God in Oyo State, Oluwasesan Ojo, has been accused by a Nigerian medical professional in Saudi Arabia, Oladipupo Ogunbukola, of defrauding her of N5 million.

Ogunbukola claims that the pastor, who was sacked by RCCG also defrauded a group of her friends of N46 million. She said she had done all that she could do to get her money back but Ojo kept conspiring with various security agencies to break her against the law.

The medical professional recounted how she first met Ojo in April 2022 at a hospital in Ibadan, where he approached her and introduced himself as an employee of AIICO Insurance PLC, Lagos branch.

She said he advised her to invest N5million into the firm’s insurance package, assuring her that would not misuse his pastoral authority by getting her to invest in a bad business.

Trusting the pastor, Ogunbukola took some loans and sent him N5 million in six tranches between May 15 and August 15, 2022, as payment for the package.

But after the payment, she kept demanding for the evidence and certificate of the insurance package and Ojo kept telling her the firm had not released a stamped copy of the certificate until she found that he did not pay any amount on her behalf and had spent the money.

Aside from the business deal, Ogunbukola said Ojo also paraded himself as a trusted and registered travel agent.

Thinking Ojo’s claim was genuine, the woman then began to inform friends and acquaintances that he could assist anyone get into the United States, Canada, Australia and the Republic of Ireland.