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Robbers steal N9m Local Govt workers’ April salary from Cashier’s house in Kebbi State

Suspected robbers have stolen over N9m meant for the payment of April salary of workers of its Departments of Health and Agriculture, this was confirmed by the Chairman of Gwandu Local Government Area of Kebbi.

The chairman of the council, Shehu Bagudu, affirmed the incident while speaking with newsmen in Gwandu on Thursday that the incident happened on May 24.

“The incident happened when the cashier of the area, Bashir Gwandu, collected the money from the bank and went to his house.

“As he was about to open the gate of his house and unknown to him, the thieves had been trailing him from the bank.

As he was opening the gate to enter his house, the suspects who had laid ambush for him, attacked him, snatched his car with the money inside and drove away.

“The car was later discovered in Tambuwal Local Government Area of Sokoto State,” he said.

The council chairman also dispelled the rumour that he was shielding the cashier, who is his son-in-law

Bagudu said he could not stop the Police from doing their proper investigation.

“I have not slept ever since this incident happened.

“The boy is my son-in-law ever since before I became the chairman of the council, and he is known to be trustworthy in the council.

“We wrote to the Ministry for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs on the incident, but we are still waiting for their response.

“At the same time, the Criminal Investigation Department of the state Police Command is on top of the situation, doing proper investigation,” he said.

He added that the council had held a series of meetings with the affected workers, saying “the cashier’s family is planning to pay part of the stolen money before the arraignment of their brother in court on June 4.”

The Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Mustapha Suleiman, who confirmed the incident, said the cashier had been undergoing proper investigation by the CID since the incident.

“The cashier has just been granted bail after the necessary investigation and he was given bail on the surety of a former Sole Administrator in the council,” he said.

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  1. Dikachi Daniel says

    April fool’s story

  2. George Ndubuisi Ohabuiro says

    this is part of change

  3. Raymond Alu says

    No one moves around with just an ordinary 5k at this digital age talk more of 9milla.who are they trying to frame?

  4. Mma Okereafor says

    See talk ohh, waytin we no go hear for dis country

  5. Golden Blingz says

    I Blive police or SARS will not do anything to dis ooooo but if nah Yahoo boy dem hear sey he pick dem go dey fine am up and down like sey nah Nigeria full money he pick………………… Nonsense!

  6. Johnny Akomolafe says

    Maybe elephants don swallow the money

  7. Odetayo Afeez says

    nothing we cannot hear in this country, Snake, rat, monkey, local government staff turn his house into micro finance bank, OK oooo koburu oooo.

  8. Wellington E Og says

    I don tire for that country abeg make them sell am share the money. When house turn bank or them day pay workers for hand every month because watin I no na normal bank alert…… naija

  9. Happiness Ihuoma Nya says

    Cashier’s house is now a bank abi. Una well done o

  10. Liasu Kafy says

    Omo 9ja e beru olohun o, Fair God.

  11. Florence Felicity Nwachukwu says

    The bastard cashier has to explain to us when exactly his house converted to a bank. Devil in human form.

  12. Stephen Babalola says

    That na April fool…..

  13. Abdul Shaibu says

    When did cashier turn to micro Bank.?
    Who is fooling Who here?

  14. Faruq Adeyemi says

    Their are good Nigerian bcoz they stole their right too. Government also robbers ole

  15. Olajumoke Raheem says

    Nawa o what de money doing in casher,s house ole

  16. Olayiwola Him says

    Well planned. Na talk be this or watin? Why will someone keep a whole local government worker salary in his house?

  17. Chinonso Basil says

    Hmmmmm ….see history

  18. Akoko Shedrack says

    N9m in is house ?, He go for it.

  19. Salau Akinwunmi says


  20. Godwin Donatus says

    Nor b snake again, na robber hmmmmm nortin we nor go c for Nigeria

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