Delta: Disguised Beggar-prostitute Robs Businessman N.2m In Hotel

In a mild drama, disguised female beggar who operates at every nooks
and cranny of Asaba, Delta State on Thursday night allegedly robbed
businessman (name withheld) at a popular hotel behind Asaba township
stadium N.2million before disappearing into the thin air. Sources at
the ever busy hotel said the female beggar who doubles as commercial
sex worker, often frequents the hotel to beg for arm, and in most
cases offer her body for financial gains to sex hungry men lodgers.

It was reliably gathered that the beggar-prostitute had in the early
hours of on Thursday fateful day allegedly hoodwinked the Businessman
for financial help in pitiable manners and convincing complaints, a
situation the businessman reported to have been in the hotel for days
agreed to help but with attached conditions.

Expectedly, the beggar-prostitute our informed sources said, was well
endowed with cherubic face and heavy bottoms” whom sex hungry men
struggle to have in their beds often times, particularly in the hotel
build with well over thirty-six rooms. It was further gathered that
the businessman was to warm his bed for the night all through for N50,
000.00 an offer the beggar-prostitute was said to have grabbed without
hesitation. But this was not to be during which she
(beggar-prostitute) returned to the hotel room of the businessman
after their discussion and agreement were sealed in the night fall.

Before the love tangled, insiders said the disguised prostitute
allegedly stumbled her host brief case containing huge sums of money
after marathon sex bouts where the businessman was “exhausted” that
left him slept like a dead wood”, and in the process allegedly removed
estimated N.2million from the money and dashed out of the hotel room
at 5.30am on Friday unsuspectingly.

But the manager of the hotel Mr. Chukwudi Abbah, who confirmed the
incident to our reporter said “we were shocked in the morning when our
customer woke up around 8:20am shouting for his missing money, and on
enquiry, we were told how the beggar who used to beg for money in the
hotel slept with him and removed his money we have reported the matter
to the police at ‘A’ Division, the police are looking for her”. The
victim who did not want his name in the print confirmed the incident,
saying it was unfortunate and the devils act. Meanwhile, the police
detectives attached to the state police command have swooped on fake
labour employers who allegedly swindle unsuspecting Job seekers in
Asaba and Ibusa communities. The Police Image Maker in the state Mr.
Andrew Aniamaka, who confirmed move by the police to eradicate all
forms of criminal activities in the state, said six of the fake labour
employers have been arrested, adding that they would be charged to
court on completion of investigation. Investigation revealed that fake
labour employers have taken over the streets of Asaba and Ibusa with
printed fliers” Job Vacancies for workers are often pasted to the
walls and electricity poles. Accordingly, unsuspecting Job seekers
apply through their telephone numbers and are allegedly swindled with
registration fee of N100,000.00. In another development, ritualists
currently operating in various Delta communities have allegedly
perfected ways with commercial sex workers to buy sperm dropped into
used condoms for ritual activities.

Investigation reveals that prostitutes make brisk business in cash
between N50,000 and N100,000 depending on negotiations. The
prostitutes’ modus operandi is to ensure their customers’ used condoms
are secretly preserved in the dump bin after sexual intercourse and
after the customers’ departure pick them into polethin bags that will
be transferred to the ritualists. It was gathered that apart from
sperm dropped in condoms, the ritualists allegedly suck blood of their
victims in hotel rooms where they lodge with huge sums of money.

Several victims of these new crime waves who spoke to our reporter on
condition of anonymity said their experiences with suspected
ritualists were mind blowing. But Mr. Andrew Aniamaka, the police
Image Maker in the state said investigations were on going



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