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Nigerian lady swallows N1.5million worth of gold jewelry she stole from store

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A Nigerian lady has been arrested after she allegedly stole gold jewelry from a store and tried to escape.

According to reports, she stole jewelry worth N1.5 million and swallowed it with the intention of leaving the store because she did not find what she liked.

However, she was nabbed by the shop attendants and owner who then proceeded to embarrass her on camera.

A video making the rounds online shows the suspect pleading with the shop owner not to show her face in the footage.

She did not want to be exposed on social media because of the fear and shame of being disgraced.

Watch the video below:

In other news, thieves have reportedly stolen the sum of N31 million (Thirty One Million Naira) from the Katsina State Government house.

A statement by Director-General Governor Aminu Bello Masari on New Media, Alhaji Al-Amin Isah confirmed that millions of naira were carted away by unknown persons at the account section of the Government House.

According to Channels TV, Isah made this known while addressing journalists on Thursday, August 11, 2022.

He did not immediately disclose the total amount stolen, but he revealed that police have already arrested some of the suspects were already and there is an undergoing investigation.

“Yes, it’s true that some money was alleged to have been stolen as you have asked. We have already reported the matter to the police for investigation. I can not tell you the exact figure now, but those in the best position will give you more updates, please,” the spokesman added.

Channels TV, however reports that sources familiar with the incident disclosed that the money stolen was in the sum of N31 million.

A similar incident occurred in January 2020, when unknown persons were reported to have invaded the office of the former Secretary to the Government of Katsina State (SGS), Mustapha Inuwa, and stole 16 million Naira.

The office which is located at the State Secretariat was said to have been broken into in the night and some suspects were arrested a day after in connection with the incident.

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