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Hard Times Man arrested after entering Lagos solely to steal for the Christmas celebrations

Godspower was arrested for committing a felony by the police and had reportedly confessed to coming from Abuja to Lagos so he could steal to celebrate Christmas back home in the village

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Ikechukwu Godspower

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A 28-yr-old man has reportedly confessed after his arrest, to travelling from Abuja to Lagos for the sole purpose of stealing, before heading home for the festivities.

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Ikechukwu Godspower, has according to reports, been sentenced to 6 months in jail with the option of community service for 72 hours in and around the court premises.

Godspower was arrested for committing a felony by the police and had reportedly confessed to coming from Abuja to Lagos so he could steal to celebrate Christmas back home in the village, reported to be in the south south region of Nigeria.

According to PM News, Godspower had been arrested while attempting to vandalise a Toyota 4Runner SUV, managing to escape into a canal after being caught.

Godspower was later arrested at a super market on Osolo Way after allegedly breaking the inner entrance glass door to steal from it super market.

His plans went haywire when he was caught by security men on duty and was handed over to the police at Aswani division.

Godspower is said to have revealed during questioning that he lives in Gwagwalada area of the Federal Capital Territory in Abuja before coming to Lagos.

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Since Godspower was found to have no fixed address from where he could perform the community service, he has been taken back to prison to serve the 6 months jail term.

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