Delta teacher arrested for stealing laptops from the school
A Delta state teacher at Nana Primary School was detained on Saturday, March 6, by personnel from the Delta state police command for allegedly stealing eight out of fifteen Zinox computer systems that had been donated to the school by the Delta government.
According to a statement made by the command’s spokesperson, DSP Bright Edafe, the suspect, Oki Precious, 34, was apprehended after a report about the stolen laptops was submitted by the school administration on March 2.
Following the investigation, it was determined that the suspect is the computer operator who works at the school and is employed by the parent-teachers association (PTA) of the school.
The suspect took the police to his home, where they discovered seven (7) computers that had been stolen. The lawsuit has been filed at the appropriate court.