Girl Absconds With Over N3million, Jewelries Barely One Week After Employment (Photos) - Nicole Kaima's Blog


Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Girl Absconds With Over N3million, Jewelries Barely One Week After Employment (Photos)

A fashion stylist, @Lapearlnyc on social media has cried out after the girl whom she employed only a week ago, made away with her money and jewelries. 

According to the entrepreneur, the girl made away with some hard and local currencies summing up to about three million naira and her daughter's diamond earrings. 

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 “I want to use social media today because I believe in its powers. This girl in the picture went into my bedroom and stole 5000$, 200k, 300 pounds with my 2 of my daughters diamond earrings…

 “Nobody knows what time she left the house. Even my estate security say they didn’t see her pass. I’m grateful she didn’t run away with jasmine.

 Her brother is on the other slide. His name is Sunday Ebele She’s been with me for only seven days. 

 How she went to my last floor and had access to my room Is surprising,” she wrote in the caption, as she shared pictures of the alleged thief and her brother. 

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 Posting an update on her Instagram stories, the lady also accused the girl of stealing all her jewelries; two Cartier wristwatches, bracelets amongst others.

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 She also revealed that the girl had switched one of her bedroom keys, so she wouldn't notice anything, before carrying out the robbery. 

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