Lagos Big Girl And Sales Attendant Fight Over N6,000 Salary


An 18-year old former sales girl, Angela Uzordima has been arrested and charged before Isolo Magistrates court for allegedly sending threat text messages to her female boss and popular socialite, Folayo Adeola over N6000 salary debt.
The teenager has since been remanded in prison custody after she failed the meet her bail condition.
P.M.EXPRESS reports that the embattled sales girl finished her secondary school and started working as sale gril to Adeola at her boutique store at Duduyemi street, market bus stop in Egbeda.
It was learnt that they agreed on a Monthly salary of N9,000 before Angela traveled to her village for burial.
According to Angela, before she traveled, Adeola only gave her N3,000 out of her N9,000 salary remaining N6,000 only.
She said when she returned from the burial, Adeola has employed another worker and she asked her the balance of her salary and she refused to pay her.
P.M.EXPRESS gathered that following the refusal by Adeola to pay her, she wrote threat messages through her phones and gave the complaint her account number at Fidelity Bank PlC.
She warned the complainant that if she did not pay the money, Adeola family will face danger.
The complainant became afraid that Angela knew much about her family and she might plan something evil against the family.
According Adeola, “when i received the text messages, she contacted her husband in Abuja who immediately contacted the police at Idimu Command.
P.M.EXPRESS gathered that the police tracked Uzordima through the Bank and arrested her and took her to the Station.
At the Station, she admitted that she sent the text messages and explained that she worked for Adeola and refused to pay her.
However, the police insisted that she committed offence and charged her before the court under the Criminal Code.
The presiding Magistrate, Mr A.O Ogbe granted her bail in the sum of N50,000 with one surety in like sum.
She was remanded in prison custody pending when she will perfect her bail condition.
The matter was adjourned till July 2017.