Hamisu Usman (left) said he wanted money to buy new school sandals as he is moving to a new class in primary school.

A ten-year-old, Hamisu Usman, entered a shop through the roof and took N100,000 in Wadata Area of Lafia Local Government of Nasarawa State. His supposed accomplice, Usman Mas’ud, 14, admitted in the Nasarawa State Headquarters of Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corp (NSCDC) that, ” I and Hamisu went to the shop of Anas in Wadata zone of Lafia by eleven in the night, he climb a wooden box to enter shop through the roof, while I picked his shoes and stow away.”

Hamisu disclosed to Netmedia, “I know the shop, as I have been sent for shopping. When I entered the shop, I picked cash in a pack, and keeping in mind that I needed to turn out, my handset fell, and the commotion it made, made individuals close by to alarm the proprietor, called Anas. He opened the shop and discovered me.”

As indicated by him, he and his accessory whose guardians are neighbors, were captured, slapped, and NSCDC were called to save them. Hamisu Usman said he needed cash to purchase new school shoes as he is moving to another class in grade school. Mas’ud, who needs to be a specialist, said he required the cash to exchange front of his family home. First-time guilty parties, the two young men said their folks didn’t visit or come to bail them, leaving them to go through two days in care.

Commandant of NSCDC, stated, “They are adolescents, we safeguarded and kept them to ensure them against those that mauled them. I approach guardians and watchmen to teach their kids and ward against overstepping the law.”