NIGERIAN BUSINESS WOMAN LOSES R150,000 TO ROBBERS IN RANDBURG

NIGERIAN BUSINESS WOMAN LOSES R150,000 TO ROBBERS IN RANDBURG

A Nigerian businesswoman, Mrs. Grace Ajayi was disposed of R150,000 by armed robbers in Randburg Central Business District last Sunday.

She was called by one of her stokvel clients who said he needed some money.

The robbers, numbering about three-cornered her and dispossessed her of the money she carried and other valuables.

In the preceding week, a clothing boutique was broken into and lots of new arrival clothes and shoes carted away.

The breaking and entry were carried out around 5 am. A security guard who saw the robbers, numbering about four, ran to safety and called the police.

The police came but the robbers had had a successful Christmas before their arrival.

In a related development, two women were murdered around Randburg Central Business District.

Eyewitness account claimed the women were suspected to be prostitutes.

The two women, who were killed at different times about a month ago, were allegedly killed by their patrons.

Insecurity and fear have increased in the Randburg area recently.

A Nigerian trader, name withheld, opined that he suspected that the women were killed by some Bostwana guys who patronize prostitutes around Randburg.

The Randburg area had enjoyed relative peace until now.

Muggings and minor theft occur but the recent killings have left many fearful and perplexed.

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