The police in Lagos state have arrested the safety officer of a private school in Lagos for makes an attempt to steal over N2.four million from the school’s account over a interval of time.
An announcement launched by the spokesperson of the state police command, CSP Chike Oti, states that the state’s commissioner of police, CP Imohimi Edgal, had obtained a complain from the proprietress of a notable private school in the state, that makes an attempt have been made on 4 totally different events, between April and July 2018, to steal cash from the school account. She additional alleged that inside that interval, she obtained 4 debit transaction alerts of numerous sums of cash ranging from 9 hundred thousand Naira (N900,000.00), eight hundred thousand Naira (N800, 000.00), 100 and fifty thousand (N150,000) and 600 thousand Naira (N600,000.00) respectively. She due to this fact requested the police to unravel the individual’s behind the crime.
Following her criticism, the Commissioner of Police mobilised a crack staff of detectives from the State Intelligence Bureau led by CSP Vera Ameh to fish out the brains behind the try to commit the felonious act to wit stealing.
Via diligent investigation, 42 Oyekunle Abolarin(proper), of No.four Shoyebo road, Alapere, Ketu, a native of Omuaran, Kwara state, a safety guard on the faculty was arrested.
Throughout interrogation, he confessed to the stealing of 4 totally different cheque leaves belonging to the school. He thereafter known as in his brother-in-law, one Are Jerry Bankole, a native of Iffe Ikoyi city of Ijumu LGA, Kogi state, who supplied the Diamond financial institution account used in the try to withdraw the varied quantities.
The suspect, Kunle Abolarin instructed the police that he regrets his actions towards his boss whom he claimed awarded scholarships to his 4 kids.
Each suspects are at present in police custody and are serving to in additional investigation of the case.
The Commissioner of Police, has suggested employers of labour to do a thorough profiling of their workers to keep away from incidences of this nature and preserve their cheque books and ATM playing cards away from unauthorised individuals.