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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Woman Loses Pot Of Cooking Rice To Thieves in Ebonyi

A middle-aged woman identified as Agnes on Sunday in Abakaliki lost the pot of rice she was cooking to thieves.




A News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) correspondent who visited Agnes’s residence behind Nnodo Secondary School, Amike-Aba on Monday reports that she was still in shock over the incident.

It took repeated appeals by the correspondent to make Agnes talk, as she maintained that her husband had barred her from speaking further on the issue to avoid negative attention to the family.

“I came back from a village-meeting late on Sunday and put the rice on fire so that my family could have their dinner and eat the remnant on Monday morning.
“This apartment, as you can see, has no kitchen so we cook in the space in front of the house, likewise other occupants of the building,” she said.

Agnes said that as she went inside her room to fetch some condiments, she was delayed by the attention she had to give to her crying child.
“I gave attention to my child who was crying and by the time I came out to continue cooking, the pot of rice had vanished, with the stove still enkindled.

“After I recovered from the shock, I started screaming which attracted my husband, family members and neighbours who were all as stupefied.
“When it was established that no occupant of the building took the pot, it dawned on us that the act was perpetrated by a thief who exploited the vulnerability of the improvised kitchen,” she said.

The woman declined further comments but her neigbour, Justin Mbam-Egbe, noted that the situation had re-awakened security consciousness among the occupants of the house.
“This is the first theft case we are experiencing and we will henceforth be security conscious to avert future occurrences,” he said.
A private security consultant in Abakaliki, Dr John Odikwa, blamed such incident on the current economic recession in the country.
“The country has degenerated to a level that people now steal pots of rice and soup and with the yuletide approaching, the society should be ready for serious security challenges.

“The Federal Government should take immediate measures to alleviate the sufferings of the people to prevent total breakdown of law and order,” he said.

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48 comments:

  1. People are hungry,go into town and see its really not funny, for those in their comfort zone, that don't know anything about suffering.

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    1. Kwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwa
      People are really hungry mehhhhhhhhh

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    2. That was how they stole my pot of soup... The one wey pain me pass was my door, i cried ehn

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    3. Aunty Stella na was o
      This one na news

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    4. Chai, this is what the economy has reduced people to

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  2. Hahahahahahaha!
    Hw sad.nigeria has eventually gotten to ds stage.
    Yet we ve a govt in place in ds country.

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  3. Hahaha, there's hunger in the land.

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  4. This is funny Perhaps it was stolen by someone that couldn't afford to buy a bag of rice for 20k and hunger is about to kill. I hope it's jollof rice? Lols

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  5. Poverty at it's peak, imagine someone stealing a pot of rice, I hope the useless President will read this.

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  6. Lol, stealing pot of rice in Nigeria now is like stealing gold.

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  7. I hope the perpetrators are apprehended and bought to face the law. Yimu, hahahahahaha

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  8. Theft? This isn't theft. It was borne out of the exigency of hunger. If it were to be theft, the stove wouldn't have been left behind. The Zoo has inflicted beastly hunger on its caged animals.

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  9. LMAO
    Funny story.

    Sorry Madam.

    But wait o,NAN agent visited Agnes in her home to interview her about the stolen pot of rice? LMAO

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    1. NAN local agent na, someone who hasn't reported any useful thing in years, this is one serious breakthrough for him abeg.

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  10. Lmfao! The struggle is real, it even happened in Rivers state. Hunger everywhere, God please help your children

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  11. wetin man no go hear? hian na wa o.

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  12. Buharis government is a classic case of 419

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  13. Lol no be today this won dey happen..i remember years back when me and my family where living in a face me I slap you house where meat and soup get missing in your pot if you are not careful..the best is stay with your pot while cooking or else na half of the food you go meet

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  14. This happened to my brother in school too at Delsu,he was cooking,he said the room was hot so he decided to cook just in front of the room,he was making jollof rice,just waiting for the water to dry and baaaam he came out and didn't find his pot of food. He was so angry cos he just came back from a lecture and was hungry.

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  15. Sure the thief was among d pipo shouting change 'Sai Stupid Baba ' He hasn't seen anything till his caught.

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  16. Hunger and the daft Bubu won't hear it

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  17. Pot of rice kwa.....Lord, forgive me for the meals I have wasted

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  18. There is hunger in the land.
    God please help your children.

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  19. There is so much suffering in the land.

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  20. No be today matter now. In my school,Anambra state university hostel,A pot of stew that was cooking went missing.

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  21. It is just painful. The pains and hunger people are passing thru, it is only God that will help them. This is what recession has caused in this country.

    Shame on who ever brought that name to Nigeria

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  22. See what NAN is reporting?
    Can AFP or ASsociated press report such?
    This can only fit into a features' story on the economic situatiin of the country.
    Jokers.

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  23. there is serious hunger in the land, but stealing is is very bad. no matter how hungry we are, I will never steal to feed my children. If I don't get menial jobs to do and feed, I will rather go and beg for food. Stealing bring misfortune.

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  24. Yet Buhari & co hort are shouting kwarruption while what we are seeing now we have not experience seen d inception of the country. I no go better for anybody supporting dis wicked & corrupt govt

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  25. Stealing pots of food didn't start today or this dispensation. I remember when I was small and my parents telling such stories of petty thieves and pot of soup. A thief will remain a thief recession or no recession.

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  26. Chai, there's hunger in the land.
    Buhari wake up!

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  27. Even if a bag of rice is reduced to 5k people will still steal.

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  28. Lmao, god help Nigeria and Nigerian

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  29. Hunger o, chai, which way Nigeria. Not easy to buy foodstuffs here again.

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