Cotonou cook absconds with boss’ properties, 3 weeks after resuming work (photos)

Just three weeks after resuming work, a Cotonou cook absconded with his boss’ property! In an incident that happened in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, it has been
gathered that a Cotonou cook who was employed 3 weeks ago, absconded
with his bosses’ properties.

What he stole

A friend of the victim wrote:

“Please be careful when hiring cooks particularly from Cotonou. My
friend and his wife hired a cook from Cotonou. All their kids are in
boarding house.

He returned home for lunch prepared by his cook, went upstairs to his

bedroom only to find it had been broken into. All his
wife’s jewellery and his box of wrist watches were stolen. They got
SARS and police involved.
His guarantor and some other affiliates are in detention. The thief has
been traced back to Cotonou. Apparently he burgled the house with two
other Cotonou cooks. He has confessed to his dad but is still on the
He had only been working for my friend  for 3 weeks. My friend didn’t
eat the food. I hear they usually poison their employers to incapacitate
them while they carry out their evil deeds. It’s not a forwarded
message. Pls any info will be appreciated.”


In Memory of late President Umaru Musa Yar’adua | Top 5 projects he executed for his people in Katsina

Yesterday May 5th marked exactly seven years Late President Umaru Musa Yar'adua died in office! the first university graduate to emerge as Nigeria’s President was succeeded by former president Goodluck Jonathan who was his vice.

The Katsina-born politician spent almost 3
years in Nigeria’s seat of power, as the President of the most populous black nation in the world. KFB brings to you the Top 5 projects he executed for his people in Katsina:

Read below:

  1. The Katsina state secretariat complex is the largest in the whole West Africa was built by the late Umar Musa Yar’adua.
  2. The Katsina state’s international airport was initiated by late Yar’adua. Which was later named after him.
  3. Yar’adua was the first...
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