Monday, 16 April 2018

Check out what Rivers community did to Hausa boys that vandalised their school.

Two suspected hoodlums got more than they bargained for after they were allegedly caught vandalizing properties in a girls secondary school in Ogu town Ogu/Bolu local government of Rivers state.

According to Newshelm, the Hausa boys came into the community picking waste with their trucks and tried to use the opportunity to steal before their capture.

Luck ran out on them when a vigilante Youth, Mr Sunny Richard saw them vandalizing the already made properties of the School.

Sunny quickly informed the community security of his discovery which they promptly responded and apprehended the thieves. The thieves were beaten black and blue before they were handed over to the Police.

Source: Newshelm

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