Hon. Sergius Ogun, a member of the Constitution Review Committee in Nigeria's House of Representatives, has revealed what bandits did to a man after they discovered he had lied to them to save his wife. Sergius Ogun shared the story on Channels TV while addressing those urging Nigerians to divulge information about bandits to the security agencies.
Addressing the topic, Hon. Ogun said, "The people have done their best and risked their lives to give information to the security agencies regarding bandits." My colleague from Katsina State told me that bandits attacked a house and tried to kidnap a man and a woman. However, the man urged the bandits to free the lady as she was a visitor, and they obliged.
He continued, "The lady got to a police checkpoint and reported her husband's abduction to them." Shortly after the wife reported the kidnap to the police, bandits told the man that he lied to them that the lady at his house was a visitor and not his wife. They broke his arm and leg. Who told the bandits?
Click here to watch the interview. (4:00 minute)
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