Housemaid Gets Jail Sentence For Stealing N22m Jewelries Belonging To Her Boss

A 21-year old housemaid, Patience Anyen has been condemned to four years of imprisonment for taking her boss' jewelries esteemed at N22 million. 

The convict was imprisoned by Magistrate O.M Ajayi accountable for Court 14 at the Igbosere Magistrate Court, Lagos Island after she found the convict liable of the two-charge of conspiracy and stealing favored against her by the Police at the Maroko Division, Lekki, Lagos amid the trial spreading over a year and eight months. 

Police claimed that calmity began for the convict on 12 March, 2016 when her boss, Mrs Folashade Ilori answered to the Police that she left her maid at home at her habitation at 31b, Shakiru Anjorin Street, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos for work, yet that when she returned, she couldn't discover her house keeper and her crate containing gems esteemed at N22m. 

Police affirmed that following the report, the Divisional Police Officer, DPO accountable for Maroko Division,SP Isah Abdulmajid coordinated a group drove by Inspector Omogiate Eduzola to angle out the house keeper. 

Following the mandate, the Police group swung vigorously and following quite a while of insight assembling and following, analysts captured the cleaning specialist at a fort in Lagos and took her to the Station. 

The house keeper was summoned under the steady gaze of an Igbosere Magistrate Court on a two-check charge of taking. 

Police Prosecutor, Tubi Olajide said the offenses the denounced perpetrated were culpable under segments 409 and 285 of the Criminal Laws of Lagos State,2011. 

In her declaration amid her trial while being interrogated by Olajide, the convict admitted to the court that she stole her madam's adornments and gave them over to two unidentified men to offer and utilized the cash to purchase concoction to wash the a huge number of Naira they guarantee to impart to her. 

Justice Ajayi condemned Anyen to four years detainment without an alternative of fine with a mandate that the sentence would run simultaneously.

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