A dismissed Police officer has been arrested for stealing a phone charging in IRT office in a police station.
According to him, he was dismissed in 2014 and the reason for his dismissal was accidental discharge. He accidentally shot someone and the person died. Consequently, he was tried and discharged.
He further said, he has a family but his wife left him after his dismissal. He is left alone with his children.
When asked his reason for stealing the phone, he said it was to raise money for his children's school fees, as he has been struggling since his dismissal. The phone stoled is an Infinix S5, and he was able to sell it for #37,000.
He was also asked where the money realised from the phone is at the moment, and he said he has sent some of the money home for his children's school fees.
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Video credit : Instagram - LindaIkejablog
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