“Now, it is well-settled that to sustain a charge of stealing against an accused person, the prosecution must prove: (a) That the thing stolen is capable of being stolen; (b) That the accused has the intention of permanently depriving the owner of the thing stolen; (c) That the accused was dishonest and (d) That the accused had unlawfully appropriated the thing stolen to his own use, Otti v. The State (1997) 1 NWLR (Pt. 207) 103, 118, Muhammed v. The State (2000) FWLR (Pt. 30) 2623, 2626. Per Nweze, JSC. at P. 5, Para. B.