London Police Discover $8.5 Million In Nigerian Student’s Apartment (Video & Photos)

2 years ago by: Mister Jay Wonder
-- Online (m) at 30-04-2018 07:39PM

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A huge sum of money was discovered in the apartment of a Nigerian student by the Metropolitan police.

According to reports the bailiff accompanied by the police stormed the apartment of the Nigerian to serve him paper only to discover a huge cache of $8.5million.

The guy who owns the apartment is from the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria. In the video he made a call to somebody where he said “mi o ti wole” which means “I’ve not entered”

Below is what a Nigerian wrote in regard to the discovery:

“Unbelievable! The Bailiffs in London stormed a Nigerian house which owes some money only to discover $8.5 million stacked away in a cabinet.

Legally speaking, can Nigerian government claim this huge money Can you imagine what these Nigerian political animals are doing to our country? May God have mercy on us.”

Watch video below:-

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBOfk_XMVE&amp;feature=youtu.be" target="_blank" class="aeva_link bbc_link new_win">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBOfk_XMVE&amp;feature=youtu.be</a>



-- fineboy77 (m) at 30-04-2018 08:26PM
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Just imagine the Yoruba thieves

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-- gogoman (m) at 30-04-2018 08:47PM
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RUBBISH, FIRSTLY THOSE THUGS AINT POLICE THEY ARE STEWARD... AND THAT A DAMN FAKE DOLLAR!!
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-- EDDYPRINCE (m) at 30-04-2018 09:28PM
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Hmmmmm speechless
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-- SOGaiya (m) at 30-04-2018 10:57PM
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until unfold
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-- james987 (m) at 1-05-2018 01:48AM
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Fakery
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-- ficull Online (m) at 1-05-2018 02:42AM
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Inasmuch as I condemn this act, alot didn't add up. The police came to serve some papers for money owed, but ended up vandalizing and searching the property? Did they have search warrants? Were there any probable cause to begin with? What was the probable cause, and charges, BEFORE the illegal search?
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-- slimber (f) at 1-05-2018 05:54AM
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Hmmm.mm see money
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-- Haso112 (m) at 1-05-2018 10:12AM
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Quote from: fineboy77 on 30-04-2018 08:26PM
Just imagine the Yoruba thieves

YOUR PARENTS DID A VERY BAD JOB BRINGING YOU UP....! YOU LACK JUST TOO MUCH....! SORRY FOR YOU...!!!
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-- celebritygee (m) at 1-05-2018 10:54AM
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That's what you get from empty brain Fulani's. Where do you expect Fulani to lead a country to?
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-- Anthonimania (m) at 1-05-2018 12:04PM
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Quote from: ficull on  1-05-2018 02:42AM
Inasmuch as I condemn this act, alot didn't add up. The police came to serve some papers for money owed, but ended up vandalizing and searching the property? Did they have search warrants? Were there any probable cause to begin with? What was the probable cause, and charges, BEFORE the illegal search?
You're a dumb ass of highest order. This incident happened in UK...i live in Canada bro, there's no way police can decided to search your house without a warrant because they know better, it's about law. The police must have got a tip from an anonymous, and there by using the opportunity of serving the accused some papers just to gain access to his apartment, and also they are fully aware that the guy is not home when they came. Police in foreign country are well trained and follow the due process of the law. They are not like corrupt officers from your dear country.
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-- ficull Online (m) at 1-05-2018 03:21PM
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First, read the article and watch the video before calling names, genius.
Quote from: Anthonimania on  1-05-2018 12:04PM
You're a dumb ass of highest order. This incident happened in UK...i live in Canada bro, there's no way police can decided to search your house without a warrant because they know better, it's about law. The police must have got a tip from an anonymous, and there by using the opportunity of serving the accused some papers just to gain access to his apartment, and also they are fully aware that the guy is not home when they came. Police in foreign country are well trained and follow the due process of the law. They are not like corrupt officers from your dear country.

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-- Otikadinje (m) at 4-05-2018 08:11AM
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The masses are suffering while the so called kwaraption fighters are busy settling themselves, there is God ooo.

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-- SweetDaddy1 (m) at 4-05-2018 11:54AM
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Fake story... Grin Grin Grin
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-- angesco (f) at 5-05-2018 07:47AM
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Quote from: SweetDaddy1 on  4-05-2018 11:54AM
Fake story... Grin Grin Grin

IT HAPPENED.

But I think Nigeria is only catching up with the news now - as usual.

It happened in 2014. FOUR YEARS AGO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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