December 30, 2015 – “Robbery Business Is Better In Ghana Than Nigeria” – Notorious Nigerian Cross-Border Robber
Notorious Nigerian Cross-Border Robber Confesses “It Is Easier To Rob In Ghana Than Nigeria”
Meet 32-year-old Wasami Dennis, a cross-border robbery suspect from Abraka in Delta State.
He was arrested at his hideout in Orile area of Lagos last weekend.
The suspect said he operated more in Ghana than Nigeria, stressing that Ghanaians never challenged him in any of his operations.
“I was just released from prison about a year ago. I was caught with a stolen laptop from Ghana along with three machetes in my hideout,” .
“I am an expert in break-in-robbery; I break into people’s houses and cart away their properties and personal effects like mobile phones, laptops and jewelry. I used to bring the stolen items to Nigeria to sell. I have a ready market for them in Lome and Lagos.”
According to him, the two machetes found in his apartment belong to hoodlums operating in a garage nearby.
“They kept them there for whenever there is crisis among them. These boys are called Spartacus. They are trouble makers. They are always at the junction. I don’t know anything about it and I never knew they were there.
“For now, I work on Lagos Island where I help connect people who want to buy children clothing to sellers. I earn commission from this and that is how I earn my livelihood”,.
“My last operation was in Festac. It was the one that led to my arrest and consequently my imprisonment at Kirikiri. Since I came back, I have never gone into breaking in and stealing”.
The break-in-robbery expert **wink* is currently helping the police to locate his accomplices.