Car battery thieves invade N/Assembly
Car battery thieves have invaded the National Assembly, despite presence of dozens of uniform security men and those in mufti deployed to the complex.
Our correspondents report that not less than five car batteries, stereo and jacks were stolen every week at car parks in the complex.
The latest victim was a staff of the House Representatives, whose car battery and stereo were stolen near the police division office of the National Assembly.
The Honda Accord car was ransacked, at the general car park, which located few metres away from the National Assembly police station.
“I parked my car only to return and discovered that it has been vandalized. If this can happen in this place, it means we are no longer safe in this country,” the victim told motorists at the park including our correspondents around 5pm on Tuesday.