It learnt that Osagie had bought the car with fake credit alert and went on a posing spree on Facebook without knowing he had been declared wanted by the management of Car shop where he bought the jeep.
His photos and the fake details he used was also posted.
KanyiDaily had also reported how a bank employee was arrested after foolishly posing with the $88,000 which he allegedly stole from the bank’s vault.
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