A man found himself in trouble with the police after he was accused of dropping money on the ground. Some children picked it up and they turned into tubers of yam. The suspect said after being rescued when he was heated up by an angry mob.
The suspect further stated that it was one Alhaja that asked him to deliver the tuber of yam to his boss somewhere in Ibadan. He also stated that this was the only thing he knew about before he got a gate guarding his street and a man approached him wanting to know what was in his bag.
He told the man that nothing was inside and when they forcefully checked the bag, baby diapers were found inside. According to the man, he doesn’t even believe that children can turn into yam.
What are your thoughts on this, do you believe what the man was saying, and why were other clothing items not found except the baby diapers?
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