A 29-year-old woman, identified as Chinwendu Umegbaka, has been arrested by operatives of the Anambra State police command for allegedly ste@ling a three-year-old child.
According to a statement by the spokesperson of the command, DSP Tochukwu Ikenga, the suspect was arrested on Saturday at about 4.30pm, at Nwawulu Street, Okpoko, Ogbaru Local Government Area of the state.
Ikenga noted that preliminary information revealed that the suspect is a neighbour to the parents of the child, adding that Chinwendu when arrested, initially denied knowledge of the whereabouts of the three-year-old girl.
In Other News: Eid-el-Kabir: Allow your wives to celebrate Sallah — Businessman advises Muslim men.
This coming Eid, allow your wives too to celebrate. Don’t let them spend their entire day cooking and frying meat. Let
them also dress up, go to the Eid praying ground, then come back home, Netflix and chill.
Pity your women. Cooking keeps them preoccupied during the entire day and sometimes the next few days, so much so
that they miss out on the festivities.
For me, I budget for caterers. I pay them 10k to 15k in llorin. Before we come back from Eid prayer, Jollof rice and semo and the soups are ready. Once the rams are done, the caterers
take care of business.
Wherever you’re celebrating Eid, I’m sure caterers are there too, but they may be cheaper or more expensive than what I pay, depending on your location. Inform them ahead and include their fee in your sallah budget. Let hajia rest abeg. May Allah increase our sustenance.
My wife nor dey cook for family events. She nor dey wash plates. She nor dey carry firewood. My family know say if you
wan do event and you no fit pay caterers, count my wife out o. Me sef I no expect you to come cook for my event.
I dey manage my wife small small biko. No come epp me k I am. Call me woman wrapper o. I no send