Ogun State teenager nabbed with female undies

Ogun State teenager nabbed with female undies

A 16-year-old boy has been caught with several female underwear in Ogun State.

 

1st News gathered that the 16-year-old culprit has been arrested in Ogun state after being caught with 14 used female panties. The young man is identified as  Adeniyi Muhammed.

 

Ogun state police spokesperson, Abimbola Oyeyemi said the suspect was arrested after a resident of Kano Street, in the Ayetoro area of the state lodged a complaint over the theft of her panties on Tuesday, August 18.

 

Oyeyemi said;

 

“A search warrant was executed in his dwelling house; and another 14 used woman pants were recovered there.

The suspect has confessed to the commission of the crime. However, claimed that he was sent by somebody to get those pants for him.

Effort is on top gear to get his so-called accomplice arrested.”

 

The 16-year-old suspect from Ogun State.

 

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It was further learnt that the state Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun has directed that the suspect be transferred to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation.

 

Equally important, several ladies have resorted to living a pantless lifestyle just so they could avoid being used by nefarious ritualist.

 

Furthermore, some ladies across the country have now been taking more caution with their pants, especially after doing their laundry. There have been so many cases of pants being stolen while on the line.

 

Nollywood actress, Nazo Ekezie mentioned that she no longer wears pants; due to the tragic hike of ritual and underwear theft in the country.

 

 

She stated that she decided to avoid wearing pants so that she can secure her destiny and live a life that is worthwhile.

 

She made this known during an interview.

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