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Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Policemen Who Burgled Former President Jonathan's House Stripped It Bare-Photo

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“The house, which the former President bought from CITEC estate developers in 2004, was totally stripped bare by the thieves who stole every movable item in the house, including furniture sets, beds, electronics, toilet and electrical fittings, as well as all internal doors and frames.

“However, contrary to exaggerated reports in some media, only six television sets, three refrigerators and one gas cooker were stolen. Being that the house is a modest, a 4-bedroom duplex, it couldn’t have been fitted with “36 Plasma television sets and about 25 refrigerators” as falsely reported by some media outfits.

A trader at Panteka market, who confessed to being close to one of the fleeing buyers of the stolen items, according to sources, said the police officers first brought some items to the market for sale in early 2016. “It all started sometimes around March 2016 when a mobile police sergeant came to Tipper Garage market and brought some items for sale.

"He approached one of the wholesalers to buy them, but the trader said he does not buy items from an unconfirmed owner. “The officer who identified himself as Sergeant Musa told the trader that he was one of the security men guarding Mr. Jonathan’s private residence at Gwarimpa. He took the trader to follow him to confirm that he was not a thief who had come to sell off stolen properties in the market.

‘’The trader followed him to the residence where he met two other policemen, an Inspector and a Sergeant. They convinced him that the items were part of gifts to them,’’ the source had said.

Sources said it was noticed subsequently that the stream of transaction had no end, as Sergeant Musa continued to invite the trader to the residence to pick up fresh items.

The source said: “At a point, the trader became scared when he suspected foul play and told Sergeant Musa that he was no longer interested in the transaction. However, the officer later got another customer, a wholesaler in the market, who would eventually buy almost 80 per cent of all the properties removed from President Jonathan’s residence.

Jonathan had lived in the house for about a year when he was vice president. His mother was also said to have lived in the house after the former President moved to Aso Rock Villa upon becoming Acting President in 2010. Although Mr Ikechukwu Eze confirmed the story on Monday, he did not, however state what was stolen in the house.

from tori


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    1. Na wah oh!

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  2. Even police men r thieves?

    Which way naija

    1. Some of the corrupt ones supply robbers weapons

    2. Most of them are thieves nah

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    1. I tell ya!
      The aguru really dey their body cos they were damn mean. Habaaa!

  4. WTF!!!...
    These people are greedy with their dead brain!...
    Maybe they thought Jona has forgotten the house...
    May God continue to protect us from house hold thieves!!...

  5. oboy them uproot the door and frame join.

  6. What were they even thinking?
    Steal from a former president?

    No fear at all
    They should be taught a lesson.

    The pic of GEJ up there is epic
    It fits so many situations.

  7. These people are really funny, see how they sold everything as if they are the owners, Naija police na wa

  8. what goes round comes round.

  9. Karma is a biatch! He now understands how Nigerians fee after he allowed members if his cabinet to rape our treasury!!!! Kikikikikikikiki

  10. With time dey for sell even the blocks and the roofing sheets.he never see anything, riverine mbeke like him.mschwwwww

  11. With time dey for sell even the blocks and the roofing sheets.he never see anything, riverine mbeke like him.mschwwwww

  12. It's a shame if men of the Nigerian policemen did this........dilemma

  13. prince charles : some people dy vexoooooo

  14. Na wa!

    Isn't it symbolic that they could find buyers for even the door frames but no one was willing to buy the GEJ portraits in the house!

    After all, stealing is not corruption.

  15. This is a serious matter ooo long ago I know Nigerian life's and prosperities is been promoted by God and not by Nigeria so Called Security officials. My people put your hope, safety and trust in God alone.

  16. now you know how nigeria masses are feeling? e dey pain u? u get d feeling? when u and ur cohorts bleed d nation dry. serve ypuuuuuuu right man


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