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Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by Islie: 12:48pm On Jan 17
Sunday Aborisade Abuja



The Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, on Thursday, shocked his colleagues when he revealed how some thieves broke into the luxury car of a senator and stole huge sums of money.

He lamented that the multi-million naira Close Circuit Television devise installed in the National Assembly was not functional as of the time of the incident.

Ekweremadu stated this while responding to a point of order raised by Senator Oluremi Tinubu, complaining about a burglary case which occurred in her office during the yuletide and New Year break.

The deputy senate president who presided over the session sympathized with Tinubu, but noted that the incident in her office was not an isolated matter because a similar incident happened in the House of Representatives.

He said, “A colleague came for a transaction and left some money in his car during the Christmas break. Some people broke into the car and removed some money.

“Since he parked his car close to the main Senate complex, he thought that the CCTV camera would capture the activities of the burglars but regrettably, the CCTV did not work when it was checked and it is really embarrassing.”

He therefore directed the National Assembly management to investigate all burglary issues that had been reported so far, and furnish the leadership of the federal parliament, the outcome of its investigations as soon as possible..

Tinubu, who came under Order 43 (personal explanation), had raised the alarm that the incident in her office was giving her serious concern.

He said, “My office was closed on 7th December because of my constituency engagements. My staff resumed on Wednesday January 9 and reported a case of burglary in my office.”

She urged the Senate to direct the National Assembly management to replace all the items stolen in her office.

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Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by Rextizz(m): 12:58pm On Jan 17
When a thief steal from a criminal cheesy

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Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by Nobody: 1:28pm On Jan 17
Is it more than what u guys steal from national coffers?

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Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by greatbuc(m): 1:28pm On Jan 17
No animal should be allowed out of national Assembly without thorough search. I have lead
on owls �Nigerian owls have the widest eyes and they fly 24/7 these days tufia!
Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by MrAJQ(m): 1:28pm On Jan 17
National assembly thieves
Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by lamidex(m): 1:28pm On Jan 17
Ok

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Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by gaby(m): 1:29pm On Jan 17
Useless and heartless thieves parading as politicians and lawmakers.

You are miffed that the CCTVs you rogues sited in your comfort areas isn't capturing anyone of your thieving mates.

May I remind you of the failed CCTV project of the last administration that was an avenue to fleece our collective patrimony in a dubious attempt at capturing the entire FCT in cohort with the rogue Chinese. Billions of dollars went down the drain without a single trace on that project and no one is asking questions today.

Lower than bush animal idiots...

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Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by oldman112(m): 1:29pm On Jan 17
Is one of there lies
Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by Ohraykon: 1:29pm On Jan 17
Rubbish n buhari
Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by bestman09(m): 1:29pm On Jan 17
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Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by StOla: 1:30pm On Jan 17
“Since he parked his car close to the main Senate complex, he thought that the CCTV camera would capture the activities of the burglars but regrettably, the CCTV did not work when it was checked and it is really embarrassing.”


Nigeria is an embarrassment to itself.

So no one was monitoring the particular CCTV all this while to have it fixed the moment it broke down?

Has that CCTV now been fixed?

I can bet it is still faulty.

Why are we so useless as a people, as a government, and as a nation?

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Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by GOFRONT(m): 1:30pm On Jan 17
So they drive about with raw cash!!!!

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Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by kerry57: 1:31pm On Jan 17
Thief wey go thief thief. Walai, naija Don finally turn fuji house of comedy.
Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by inspector44: 1:31pm On Jan 17
And what did they steal from her noting was mentioned. Thief stealing from thief
Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by DREAMZZZ(m): 1:34pm On Jan 17
Nonsense this is like saying small thief tif money from big thief's car...in short small thief collect his money from big thiefs car

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Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by Pavore9: 1:34pm On Jan 17
One can imagine the millions spent on the non-functional CCTV camera!
Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by collybright58(m): 1:41pm On Jan 17
In Nigeria today by law, we have certain amount you can carry around and what should be in your pocket or car and people that we think are adults will be talking like babies and if they stepped out of the country they comply Sharpe Sharpe.

Ki lo Kan mi, ole gbe ole gba, Ko ma lobeee! Until they get sense
Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by wellmax(m): 1:44pm On Jan 17
GEJ see your work.. grin grin grin
Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by tfelicityk(m): 1:44pm On Jan 17
Hmmmmm...m politicians with differential ways of reasonings... It is well.
Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by SaiAtikuTill203: 1:46pm On Jan 17
SAI BABARIANS CAN JOIN THE DULARD IN REARING HIS GAY COWS WE SANE NIGERIANS ARE ATIKULATING THE OBITUARY OF APC COME FAIL-BUHARI 2019 INSHA ALLAH AMIN
Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by ipobarecriminals: 1:49pm On Jan 17
cool nice one for the thief.Ole gbe,ole gba
Re: Thieves Stole Money In Senator’s Car, Says Ekweremadu by bugggg: 2:07pm On Jan 17
Lol ... another one.

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