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Cucumber Farmer Kills Business Partner Over N6m Profit

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Operatives of Enugu State Police Command have arrested one Sampson Nwaobasi, an Enugu-based farmer, for allegedly killing his business partner, Friday Ani, over proceeds from farming business.

The Command’s Public Relations Officer, SP Ebere Amaraizu, said in a statement, yesterday, in Enugu that the incident happened on July 31 in Agbani community, while the suspect was arrested on August 7.

He said the deceased and one Paul Eze were all partners in the farming of cucumber, as the deceased and Eze raised money for the suspect, who did the farming, sold the produce and shared profits.

Police statement

According to the statement, “it was gathered that his victim, Ani, a student of Enugu State University of Science and Technology, and his business associate met his untimely death when he demanded his share of the proceeds.

“It was gathered that they were to share N6 million as the business thrived for four months. However, the suspect allegedly started avoiding his partners, which made them believe that he may have craftily reinvested the proceed without them knowing.

“The deceased traced the suspect to the farm to find out what has been happening. In the farm, an argument arose between them, which allegedly resulted in the killing of Ani by the suspect, who buried him inside the bush.

“The deceased was said to have been reported missing by relations, who could not immediately find out what happened.

“Following suspicious ways the story appeared, the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Sulaiman Balarabe, ordered an investigation during which the suspect was nabbed with the help of neighbourhood watch group members from the community, where he was hiding.”

He came to kill me in the farm—Suspect

The Police spokesman said the suspect had been helping police operatives in their investigation in relation to how he allegedly killed his victim and quickly buried him inside the bush.

Amaraizu noted that the suspect had, however, maintained in his statement that the money in question was not N6 million, but N300,000.

He said the suspect also maintained that he never wanted to kill the deceased, but that the deceased wanted to kill him over the money, but he (Nwaobasi) struggled to get the knife and stabbed him to death.

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Dats drastic how can just because of money

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God almighty should continuing help us in this our country

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How a person be so heartless like this just because of money..

Now take a look at the result now...

It's a jail term.

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Which kind of wicked world is this? Let him go and spend the money in jail

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Money is a root of evil

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Allegedly until proven guilty. Let the police carry out their investigation. Greed a destroyer of trust and relationship.

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This is bad may his soul rest in peace

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Killing cannot solve the matter. There are others ways to settle an issue amicably.

Let's learn from this; agreement is agreement.

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This is engendered by greed. Greedy farmer.

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Business partnership is about trust. The suspect should have shared the money as usual instead of getting greedy which resulted in the killing of his partner.

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This is so bad rip to the dead

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[ @Femzziy: ] Operatives of Enugu State Police Command have arrested one Sampson Nwaobasi, an Enugu-based farmer, for allegedly killing his business partner, Friday Ani, over proceeds from farming business.

The Command’s Public Relations Officer, SP Ebere Amaraizu, said in a statement, yesterday, in Enugu that the incident happened on July 31 in Agbani community, while the suspect was arrested on August 7.

He said the deceased and one Paul Eze were all partners in the farming of cucumber, as the deceased and Eze raised money for the suspect, who did the farming, sold the produce and shared profits.

Police statement

According to the statement, “it was gathered that his victim, Ani, a student of Enugu State University of Science and Technology, and his business associate met his untimely death when he demanded his share of the proceeds.

“It was gathered that they were to share N6 million as the business thrived for four months. However, the suspect allegedly started avoiding his partners, which made them believe that he may have craftily reinvested the proceed without them knowing.

“The deceased traced the suspect to the farm to find out what has been happening. In the farm, an argument arose between them, which allegedly resulted in the killing of Ani by the suspect, who buried him inside the bush.

“The deceased was said to have been reported missing by relations, who could not immediately find out what happened.

“Following suspicious ways the story appeared, the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Sulaiman Balarabe, ordered an investigation during which the suspect was nabbed with the help of neighbourhood watch group members from the community, where he was hiding.”

He came to kill me in the farm—Suspect

The Police spokesman said the suspect had been helping police operatives in their investigation in relation to how he allegedly killed his victim and quickly buried him inside the bush.

Amaraizu noted that the suspect had, however, maintained in his statement that the money in question was not N6 million, but N300,000.

He said the suspect also maintained that he never wanted to kill the deceased, but that the deceased wanted to kill him over the money, but he (Nwaobasi) struggled to get the knife and stabbed him to death.

nawa oo. Heart of a man is so desperate and wicked. Greed everywhere

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The money is also too much but what money can't buy is valuable

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thats very bad of them

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This country is absolutely turning into something else. The law should take it full course on him

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Haaa dis is bad, bcause of 6m,d man is greedy

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[ @Femzziy: ] Operatives of Enugu State Police Command have arrested one Sampson Nwaobasi, an Enugu-based farmer, for allegedly killing his business partner, Friday Ani, over proceeds from farming business.

The Command’s Public Relations Officer, SP Ebere Amaraizu, said in a statement, yesterday, in Enugu that the incident happened on July 31 in Agbani community, while the suspect was arrested on August 7.

He said the deceased and one Paul Eze were all partners in the farming of cucumber, as the deceased and Eze raised money for the suspect, who did the farming, sold the produce and shared profits.

Police statement

According to the statement, “it was gathered that his victim, Ani, a student of Enugu State University of Science and Technology, and his business associate met his untimely death when he demanded his share of the proceeds.

“It was gathered that they were to share N6 million as the business thrived for four months. However, the suspect allegedly started avoiding his partners, which made them believe that he may have craftily reinvested the proceed without them knowing.

“The deceased traced the suspect to the farm to find out what has been happening. In the farm, an argument arose between them, which allegedly resulted in the killing of Ani by the suspect, who buried him inside the bush.

“The deceased was said to have been reported missing by relations, who could not immediately find out what happened.

“Following suspicious ways the story appeared, the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Sulaiman Balarabe, ordered an investigation during which the suspect was nabbed with the help of neighbourhood watch group members from the community, where he was hiding.”

He came to kill me in the farm—Suspect

The Police spokesman said the suspect had been helping police operatives in their investigation in relation to how he allegedly killed his victim and quickly buried him inside the bush.

Amaraizu noted that the suspect had, however, maintained in his statement that the money in question was not N6 million, but N300,000.

He said the suspect also maintained that he never wanted to kill the deceased, but that the deceased wanted to kill him over the money, but he (Nwaobasi) struggled to get the knife and stabbed him to death.

this is an act of wickedness indeed

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What is this world turning into? No wonder the Bible said " Money is the root of all evil".

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Wat a pity
Der is God o

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That is why money is the root of evil,
if you cant resist the power of the dead faces on that note.

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That’s so cruel and wicked of that man, you killed your partner because of 6m. So sad, what if that man is the breadwinner of his family and a source of livelihood for his children, he should be sentenced to death by firing squad.

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That's how this world has turn out to be, he will surely go in for it.

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What rules d world is money, is because of greedy and selfishness that makes d man to kill his partner.let him face his crime

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Only God known, whether he told the trued or not

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Things do happen...may his soul rest in peace

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Nawa o. Why do people think fight is the best solution. Rip to him o. And his killer should also be punish for his evil act

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People can really do any thing for money

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dont trust any body in this life o we all have dark side f

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The love of money is the root of all evil!

Just imagine how someone killed his partner all because of money that will never finish on this planet.

May the soul of the disease rest in peace. Amen.

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[ @Bright123: ] Dats drastic how can just because of money

money is the root of all evil

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