Young Man Spent 3 Months In Benin Prison For Uprooting And Selling His Employer's Cassava Tubers Because Of Two Months Unpaid Salary

Photo: Young man spent 3 months in Benin Prison for uprooting and selling his employer
Human Rights activist, Kola Edokpayi and his team on Tuesday, secured the release of one Kennedy Omokaro, who was arrested, charged to court and jailed for stealing his employer's cassava tubers because of unpaid salary. 

"Today we perfected the bail of one Kennedy Omokaro who was arrested and charged to court for uprooting his master's cassava and sold same for #3,000 to buy food stuff because his Oga has not paid him for two months," Mr Edokpayi wrote.

The young man had already spent three months in Benin Prison because his sister who was frustrated brought the matter to our notice last weekend through a friend and we swing into action and got him out of prison within 72 hours.

'I must work the works of Him that sent me, while it is day: the night cometh, when no man can work"

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Photo: Young man spent 3 months in Benin Prison for uprooting and selling his employer 

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