Car bat­tery thieves in­vade N/Assem­bly

Daily Trust - - NEWS - By Is­mail Mu­dashir & Musa Ab­dul­lahi Kr­ishi

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.

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