A photograph Journalist with Security Express Magazine, Mr. Oluwasegun Falola was assaulted by equipped men at his No. 17 Bajulaye Street, Shomolu Lagos living arrangement.
It was assembled that the criminals raged his loft at about 3am on Saturday, outfitted with sharp cutlasses and different hazardous weapons
Portraying his trial to Daily Trust, Falola who was still in agonies as at yesterday, said he was dozing when the assailants startlingly constrained the way to his condo open.
As indicated by him, he was distant from everyone else at home when the burglars came as his significant other and youngsters had gone to go through the end of the week with her maturing grandma in Surulere, Lagos.
As the looters got entrance into the loft, Falola was promptly requested to bring money however when he revealed to them that he had no money at home, one of them assaulted him expecting to tear his head with the cutlass.
As Falola attempted to safeguard his head with his left hand, the cutlass cut his palm. His fingers were not saved as the sharpness of the cutlass empowered simple access along these lines rendering one of the fingers practically dead clinically as per what his specialist let him know.
As the photograph proofreader was grappling with the last vitality in him, blood was spouting from his head, hand and different pieces of the body with matchete cuts, the looters additionally requested for his bank ATM which they gathered alongside his workstation, three phones, camcorder, PC hard drive and different resources before leaving his loft.
The bandits thereafter, locked his door from outside to ensure he did not come out.
Not done yet, the robbers whose number could not easily be ascertained even though only two went into Falola’s apartment, went ahead to rob two of his neighbors.
With the fear that he might easily die as he was fast losing blood, he managed to break his window and jumped out.
After he escaped from his compound, he ran straight to a nearby hospital where he promptly admitted for treatment.
Falola is fast responding to treatment but said he is troubled over the loss of his N50,000 and ATM to the robbers. He is still at a loss as to how possible it was for the robbers to have access to his account when they did not bother to ask for his pin number as at the time they took the ATM card.
It was only when he tried to withdraw money to pay hospital bill that he realised that there was no money in his account anymore.
Meanwhile, the matter has been reported to Alade Police Station but no arrest has been made.