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Bizarre: iphone gone missing at church

Bizarre: iphone gone missing at church

Bizarre: iphone gone missing at church

A female teacher with Sakumono school complex at Tema West Municipal Assembly, has recounted how her iphone was was picked from her bag during church services.

If you are to name place where phones are snatched and stolen, I’m sure place like Kwame Nkrumah Circle will be first on the list, followed by Ashaiman and other places. The church which is the house of the Lord, where we go to reduce our sins will never come to mind.

Well, “things are not the same” we have gotten to stage where you cannot trust anyone anywhere. Shockingly, while Church service was ongoing somebody was busily monitoring a bag and was successful in picking the content in it, which was iphone 6S.

” The phone was in my bag at the church, little did I know someone was monitoring my bag. I don’t know how, but I only realized my phone is not in the bag when I got home”

She didn’t seem surprised because according to to her she has attended a church program where the pastors and others using the microphone caution congregants about their phones and valuable other items.

An indication that the Church is no longer safe place you can keep valuable items.

Meanwhile, she has been receiving notifications of someone wanting to change her iclouds account.

Source: Karvi

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