Life indeed has many lessons to teach those willing to learn, the things that happen in every day of life should always serve an instrument to learn from. An act which was done by a young man has however has many lessons to learn from, when according to Punch shared how a suspect confessed to the killing of his female boss while she was just sleeping. It's indeed quite important that we take note of this bad act, and learn from it, in order to avoid such.
According to the story which was shared, Emmanuel Akpan was however working as a houseboy for Mrs Febisola Adedayo in a restaurant in Ondo state before he was known to have killed her while she was sleeping, making way with 3,500 Naira and phones, while also planning to steal her properties, since she was wealthy. It is nonetheless important for every man out there to be fully aware that not everyone has a good heart, and as such, one should watch who one accepts into one's home, or place of work.
The houseboy who killed his female boss while she was sleeping should indeed teach many that before accepting any individual into a place of assignment, a thorough understanding of the person's background, and past deeds should always be done. Strangers are called so for a reason, and until you know a person deeply, he or she should always be a thing of concern. Please, let's all be careful who we bring in, into our business, place or work or firm, as it way result into something tragic, and this is so, especially when he/she may be wealthy. What's your opinion towards this, put your thoughts in the comment section below, and share to others, as you can like and follow us for more interesting stories all around the world.
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