‘I Stole My Boss’ £40,000 To Help My Parents Out Of Poverty’ – Domestic Help Confesses 

Ugbem Samuel, 24, was arrested for allegedly stealing £40,000 from his boss, Ajadi Babatunde, of Dipo Oyewole Street, Magodo, Lagos. He was assisted by his younger brother, Ugbem Monday. Narrating how he stole the money, Samuel said:

“When my boss came back with a lot of money from his trip, I invited my younger brother over, with the intention of stealing some of the money and handing it over to him to take to our parents, who are suffering.

I gave him £40,000, which he kept with my sister to keep for us until we are ready to use it. But my boss’ brother came and begged me to say the truth that part of the money would be given to me. .

Because stealing is not in my blood, I opened up to him. I also told him where the money was. When we gave the money to my sister, I told her to keep it without telling anyone but she told her husband, who divided the money into two and ran away with half.”stol8

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  • iheukwumere

    Nawa oooo poverty is no gud at all it can spoil one image n name

  • chika bibian

    The fact that your family is suffering doesn’t mean you should steal…

  • emekachilaka

    nawa thank God he said the truth

  • Mezzy Gilbert

    My excuses

  • Mezzy Gilbert

    D sister husband na tif

  • Cornel Nwankwo

    Taking such decision a times is better because when you are open to your Boss, you might stand to gain nothing but am not saying stealing is good anyway.

  • Cornel Nwankwo

    The amount involve is huge,

  • Idiot, see what desperation has caused you

  • kayode akinsanya

    You’re mumu, na only you go face am now

  • Olovo Obinna

    Ahahahah….that your sister marry wrong husband oh….why did u not approach your boss directly to ask for assistance on your suffering parents rather than stealing…..all this story now won’t save u

  • WillieBravo