A man has lost his life because he showed his bank account to his colleague, he was killed by his colleague so that he can use his credit card. After many weeks of investigation, the police finally arrested the deceased man's colleague.
The money in the account which he showed his colleague was meant for the completion of his senior brother's building project. His senior brother who resides in South Africa sent him 13million naira to help him complete his building project in Nigeria.
When Moses his friend saw the money, he was alleged to have killed his friend Nwachukwu in order to lay hands on the money. It was also reported that he withdrew 2.2 million naira from Nwachukwu's account through the help of some fraudsters.
After some months of not knowing Nwachukwu's whereabout, his South Africa based brother contacted the inspector General of police. After some weeks of investigation, Moses was arrested in a hotel in Auchi, Edo state where he was hiding.
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