EXCLUSIVE: Community Youths Paraded Middle-age Man With A Stolen Goat
Community youths paraded a middle age man identified as Mr. Ndubuisi, who was caught with a stolen goat.
Ndubuisi was caught by thy the village viginante in his attempt to escape with the stolen goat.
The villages recounting the frequently missing of their properties, stripped the suspect, with several beating as they parade him around the town with the goat.
According to the vigilante leader Mr. Ikenna, this is happening after several reports was brought to them by the villages allegeding that petty criminals are ravaging the village by the day, resulting to reports of villagers searching for their missing items, rising from food items, livestocks, clothes and the likes.
Meanwhile, susquently, Ndubuisi was caught and confirmed that the goat was not belonging to him, the village youths tied the goat on him and paraded around Afikpo community.
Mr Ikenna, however, use the incident as an opportunity to warn the public to decease from stealing of any kind, adding that anybody caught will be humiliated with without mercy.
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