The eyewitness report revealed that, upon arriving in Akoda, Iyalode discovered that she had lost her money and began tracing it back to Sekona.
After searching for about an hour for the lost sum along the Gbongan-Ibadan road, Iyalode raised the alarm of the missing money at Sekona before Inspector Saliu, attached to the Police Response Unit (PRU), said he found it.
The official who was part of the PRU on the street reportedly handed the money over to the owner at Oloki village along the road to Gbongan.
In her speech, the elated palm oil trader praised and commended Officer Saliu for his honesty and integrity. Iyalode further appreciated Inspector Saliu even more for the rare honesty that had saved her from being grounded in her business.
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