Cameroonian sisters lace drink of Abuja man to steal his car, wakes up after 2days

Two Cameroonian sisters have been arrested for allegedly poisoning the drink of a man in Abuja during a date, before stealing his car. He was said to have fallen asleep for two days after taking the drink.Cameroonian sisters lace drink of Abuja man to steal his car, wakes up after 2days

The suspects Yamba Kinloga Lauren Raissa and her sister Ngo Dingom Yolande Viave were alleged to have poisoned the drink of their victim after he stood up to use the toilet.

The drink made him fall into deep sleep for two days. Upon waking up, the victim discovered that his car had been stolen. The suspects took the car to Auchi, Edo State, where they sold it for N1.5million.

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Narrating how the suspects were arrested, Police Spokesman, Frank Mba, said, ”their victim reported that on the 13th August 2019 at about 10:50hours, he went to Millikent hotel in Apo, Abuja together with one Yamba and her sister, Ngo, to have a drink.

In the course of their drinking, he went to the toilet but before his return, the ladies poisoned his drinks and after consuming same, he went into deep sleep.

The sisters took his Lexus ES 350 and drove off. The suspects were arrested on the 18th August 2019 in Jos, Plateau state while attempting to flee the country.”

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Speaking on how they carried out the act, Viave said: “We met the man in Abuja after he stopped to give us free ride. After the ride, we exchanged contact with him and after several calls, my sister agreed to go out for a drink with him.

I followed her and in the course of having to drink, my sister posited her drink and we took the car.” Only one of the suspects was paraded because the elder sister who championed the operation, is currently sick.

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