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Sunday, September 9, 2018

SHOCKING: I Became A Robber To Survive Unemployment- Ex-First Bank Staff

A 36-year-old former banker, Dominion Abraham, has revealed that he took to the robbery just to survive unemployment.
TheNation reports that Abraham was arrested by operatives of the Federal Special Anti- Robbery Squad (FSARS) alongside his gang members: Yusuf Badmus; Chime Njenobi, 26, and Abimbola Austin, 30.
They allegedly specialized in burgling houses, warehouses, stores, and shops. According to Abraham: “I was retrenched in 2013 by First Bank and my salary before I left the bank was N80,000 per month.
The retrenchment came suddenly, and I became idle for many months. When I finished the money on me I started looking for work in order to get money to take care of my domestic needs.
I registered with Redcap Taxi Company where I started driving the metro taxi. I used to deliver N5,000, N4,500 and sometimes N3,500. I used to park my cab in front of Cash and Carry Plaza at Ikeja near Awolowo Way.
My trouble started when I met one man called Idache. We are both from Benue State. He asked me how I was doing in my taxi work. After I told him how I was fairing as a taxi driver, he promised to introduce me to a group that would pay me the better salary.
I was happy but the first outing with the group made me know that they were robbers. My role was to drive them anywhere we wanted to operate or break into shops.’’

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