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In Niger Hungry youths snatch food packs from unsuspecting pupils

Fresh reports indicate that hungry youths now go about snatching food packs from nursery and primary school children.

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Niger State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello. play

Niger State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello.

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Hungry youths in Minna, Niger State have devised a new means of quenching their taste buds, Guardian reports.

It was reported that a new dimension was recently introduced to hunger-induced crime in Minna, as hungry youths now go about snatching food packs from nursery and primary school children.

The report further narrated how a young pupil was robbed off her school meal by a hungry youth on her way to school in Kpakungu, Minna.

According to Guardian, a nursery two pupil of Mega Stars Academy in Minna, Fati Sanusi, fell victim to a hungry youth whose food pack, prepared by her mother, was allegedly snatched from her by a grown up boy, who ran away even as she cried.

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It was further reported that this new petty theft joins several instances of hunger-induced crimes that have been reported in Niger State in recent times.

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