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See face of Slot driver who absconded with N6 million worth of laptops and phones

The Nigeria police has arrested a 42 year old Slot driver, Olumide Babajide who absconded with N6 million worth of laptops, phones and acessories from Slot outlet in Lagos.

NAIJ.com learnt that Babajide was arrested by the operatives of the Rapid Response Scheme (RRS) of Lagos Police Command.

The suspect, Olumide Babajide, 42, from Kwara State, was tracked and arrested in Kaduna State, where he diverted the goods to after taking them from the Slot Nigeria Office based in Computer Village, Ikeja, Lagos, Daily Post reports.

The driver, who was engaged in March, 2017, by the company, was directed to move the consignment to Slot outlet in Victoria Island, Lagos in May 2, 2017, when the incident happened.

Babajide with what was left of the stolen items.

Olumide, who said he was a diploma in computer science holder, said: “I took the good from Slot’s outlet in Ikeja.

:I was to deliver it to another outlet in Victoria Island, Lagos, but instead I took the goods to Pam-Pam Hotel, Ikeja and returned the company’s Hilux car to R & S hotel, where we normally park company’s vehicles."

“This wasn’t the first time I would be moving laptops, mobile phones and their accessories from one outlet to the other.

"Since I joined the company in March and I was assigned the job of a delivery man, it had been my idea to divert the goods and abscond.

“As soon as it was 5:00 p.m. that very day, I took a drop from the hotel with the consignment to Ejigbo, where I boarded a Kaduna bound bus.

“Before I got to Kaduna, I already contacted one of the buyers. She bought N1.4 million worth of phones, laptops and phone accessories while I also sold in unit to some other buyers as well.”

He also gave out two phones to a new mistress while he bought a Peugeot 206, 1999 model with new registration number DKA 859 KA from the proceeds of his sales for N912, 000:00.

The father of three was also reported to have procured a 32 inch Samsung LCD for N62, 000:00 while lodging in a hotel, abandoning his wife and children.

Meanwhile, the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) has arrested a 34-year-old man called TundeOlaogun, for his alleged involvement in several fraudulent activities.

We learnt that Olaogun, popularly called Mr CEO by friends, is a microbiologist and dismissed civil servant. He was arrested by officials of Rapid Response Squad.

According to a statement by the RSS, Olaogun was arrested after RSS officers acted on phone report by one Kelvin Oyenuga, to RRS Control Room over the supply of 25 units of HP laptop to the Lagos state Ministry of Works, Alausa, through Olaogun Tunde. Olaogun, through connections was linked up with Oyenuga for the supply of 25 laptops amounting to N4,625,000.

In the video below, EFCC officials stage a walk to campaign against corruption:

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