Kidnapper Arrested In Mushin Lagos Blames Buhari, Says He Is Looking For Money

  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  

kidnapper arrested mushin lagos

September 15, 2016 – Kidnapper Arrested In Mushin Lagos Blames Buhari, Says He Is Looking For Money

A middle aged man was caught by residents of Odi Olowo in Mushin area of Lagos yesterday while attempting to kidnap a child.

The suspect identified as Charles Ibeleme was caught while allegedly taking his victim to an unknown location.

An eyewitness, who gave his name only as Sunmibare, said Ibeleme pleaded with the mob not to lynch him, as he was only finding a means of survival.

We gathered that Ibeleme, who begged the mob not to lynch him, said he was forced into kidnapping because of the harsh economic condition in the country.

He reportedly urged everyone to beg Buhari to create job for people like him. It was at this point that the angry mob descended on him.

kidnapper blames buhari

Charles Ibeleme was rescued by policemen from Olosan station.

13 thoughts on “Kidnapper Arrested In Mushin Lagos Blames Buhari, Says He Is Looking For Money

  1. You are not the only one in the country without job. You can still send your message to mr president without resorting to kidnapping of people’s children as a means of survivor. There are other little,little job you can get to survive the harsh economic condition in the country. What I can say led to your kidnapping is not that excuse you are given,rather its your love of money and laziness.

  2. That wasn’t a good excuse. We have so many unemployed people around and kidnapping isn’t an option for them. You are simply lazy. You want quick money that’s just it.

  3. people as turned the current situation of the country into excuses for achieving their evil thought…. kidnapping is not the way out it can only contribute to the negatively to what is happening at hand.
    this man should be tried on the count of kidnapping and attempted ritual.

    #clueless human
    #IT_CAN_ONLY_GET_BETTER
    #FIGHT_THE_CRIME

  4. Oga kidnipping is not a way of livelihood, the economy is bad don’t blame buhari we are all in it. It is true dat the country is hard, but you can help yourself with minor job and adjust in many ways.

    You are busy suffering yourself.

  5. Oga kidnnaping is not a way of livelihood, please don’t blame buhari. It is true the economy is bad, you can do some minor job to help yourself.

    we are change, so many things will change now

  6. Everyday for the thief one day for the owner no be 2day u don dey do am so no dey lie on d economy situation bcos is not affect only u so say that to d devil

  7. Keep quiet and go to farm. Thats what most people of your calibre does and stop the blame.

    Or better still, come hunt with me and be happy. Its a noble profession that needs little or no academic qualification from over seas before you do it. The only requirement is that, you must obtain a Ph.D in bravity and accuracy.

    But before that, be ready to come get fifty strokes of the cane from me for messing up trying to kidnap. You will be put in a cage full of soldier Ants without food but only water for one week.
    If you miss any target, you will undergo the whole process all over again and again and again.
    Hahaha…
    THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER.

    I take a stroll…

  8. God punish you,so no other thing you can do for living,they suppose to have lynch you instantly, you don’t want to work,not that there’s no job,kidnapping is not today

  9. He must have been doing it for long time. He was just unfortunate with this one. The mob would have lynched him. Why embarking on kidnapping mission? Suppose someone else’s kidnap your own child, would you be happy? You don’t have any justification for your crime. This guy probably sent by some politician who want to use human part as sacrifice to achieve their political ambition. I think we also need a bail out from barbaric crime like this. This is one of the crimes that really need urgent approach if we want to live in peace.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *