In a video clip that surfaced on social media platform, Instagram, two persons who are reportedly lovers could be seen being nabbed by residents. According to a popular Instagram blog known as "Lindaikejiblogofficial", the two lovers were nabbed for stealing people's sheep in Anambra State.
The man whose shirt was undone was identified as Chinedu Umeh who hails from Nanka, Orumbo North LGA while the female suspect was identified as Ogechukwu Samson who on the other hand hails from Ndiowu.
According to "Lindaikejiblogofficial", the two lovers were caught red-handed by Nneogidi security guards but they were assisted by a resident who is identified as "Ozo Ekwueme N' Agulu". When being questioned, the two lovers revealed that the usually steal people's sheep whenever they need of money.
However, they said that they used to sell stolen sheep to Mrs Chinwe who resides in Awka-Ekiti. "Lindaikejiblogofficial" reported that angry youths could have set the two lovers ablaze if not because "Ozo Ekwueme N'Agulu" saved them.
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