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Greedy Thieves After eating a man's food, robbers slam pestle on his head for not having money

A gang of greedy robbers who ate a man's food turned round to batter him with a pestle because he had no money to give them.

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Robbers attack man with pestle

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A gang of robbers took wickedness to the extreme after the beat up a man and pounded his head with a pestle because he had no money to give them, after eating his food.

This was the story former staff of National Electric Power Authority Cooperative Estate (NEPASCOOP), had to tell after the thieves stormed his home at Olajumoke, Akute, Ogun State.

According to the man, the armed robbers stormed his house and requested for money but when he had none to offer, they ordered him to prepare them food and after eating, the angry robbers slammed a pestle on his head.

The Chairman of the estate confirmed the incident, stating that the robbers inflicted severe injuries on the man after eating his food.

"The victim was rushed to the hospital after the robbers left. If not, maybe he would have bled to death."

According to the estate Chairman, the attack was the second in the estate in as many weeks. On that fateful day, the robbers were said to have gained entrance into the estate by scaling the fence around 2 am where they operated for two hours without interruption, moving from one building to the other.

Before the robbers left, they had inflicted machete cuts on a man, flogged another with belt before slamming pestle on his head.

One of residents said:

"After robbing a particular apartment, they would lock the family in a room. They apparently did not want them to call for help or alert other neighbours. Then they would move to another apartment. We heard they robbed four buildings."

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