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Monday, December 27, 2021

Abuja Supermart That Was Looted While On Fire

 On Sunday December 26,2021 a popular Supermart in Abuja caught fire and the people looted what they could to their satisfaction....

How the fire started is unexplained but what happened is a big shame.....

Our heart felt sympathy goes out to the owner....





59 comments:

  1. Stella can you state the reason why you omitted the name of the supermart?

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    1. There is an updated news around this awful event, those goods weren't looted, it was saved from the fire.

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    2. Maybe she does not want to do free advert for the owner. But the mall is burnt down now so it's not advert.

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    3. Stella they didn't loot. They helped the store save what could be saved from the fire. There is another video showing the heap of items that they people brought out of the store.
      I saw some of the items bloggers claimed were "looted" in the heap outside.

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    4. Stella the goods were actually carted to safety. They deserve resounding rounds of applause.
      It can never be lagos, those goods will be gone for good.

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    5. Dainty, please take that your statement back. It's now it can never be lagos, it's no longer it can never be Nigeria. Rubbish.

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    1. So sad,I really felt bad for the owner.I just hope the shop was insured.

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  3. I was deeply disappointed when I saw the pictures of people carting away goods,where went our humanity?I don't think the government is the only problem we have in this country tbh.
    May God console and replenish the owner

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    1. Are you kidding me?
      The fire would have destroyed the goods anyways.

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    2. So all you can think of when a shop is burning is looting,why not help salvage what you can

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    3. Anon 09:51, couldn't they pack those things and kept it securely in one corners for the owner?, instead of stealing it.

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    4. 9.51 you are a thief, for you to be justifying this.

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    5. They ddnt loot anything,they were helping them move the things to another area within d compound

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    6. Anon 9:51. For even reasoning like this, you are a thief. Stealing is in your blood. It just awaits manifestations. Wicked soul.

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    7. They didn't loot o. They helped to bring out the items from the store. It's so sad that people that tried to help are now being tagged looters.

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  4. Why nau
    why looted the supermart, this is very common with our people whenever there's fire incident.
    Big shame

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    1. Same thing happened to my elder brother when his house got burnt in Lagos,his properties were looted by his neighbors. He was at the Office not knowing his house was burning ooh.

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    2. Y'all should cut Nigerians some slacks. They didn't loot the burning store. They only helped to move stuffs worth millions away from the building. The heap of the recovered items was even videoed.
      I know there were some people there to steal but the bulk of them were there to help and they helped as much as they could.

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    3. 10.56 ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ

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  6. Logos Mainland Girl27 December 2021 at 09:16

    Sad
    Saw it online too

    As for the people who looted,na poverty dey cause dis kain tin

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  7. Stella I also thought they were looting, till I saw a video. They were salvaging what they could and kept all in a safe place. They did well

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    1. People always to quick to judge negatively.

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    2. Thank you my dear. People just saw one video and jumped into conclusion.
      When fire service could do nothing, those people risked their lives to help bring out items from the store. Now they are being tagged thieves

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  8. After watching the video, I asked where is love for humanity.

    Instead of helping stop the fire or secure the goods, they were busy looting the goods like hoodlums.

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    1. Big fire of that magnitude could not have been stopped by those untrained looters.
      And as for the looters, it's better the goods are useful to them than to have been destroyed by the fire.

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    2. 9.53 justifying theft, change your ways!!

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  9. Stells, l think there is a follow-up to this and the supermart wasn't looted

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    1. I was beginning to wonder when Nigerians became so nice. I think it was looted but some recoveries were made

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  10. Those items were not looted but were kept at a corner for safety.

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    1. Waooo that's good news,thank God

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    2. Castle nwa Windsor, the follow up I read was that locals helped recover the looted goods.

      It was actually looted but they were returned... That's what I read online.

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    3. I think the looted goods was returned after the police came to arrest them

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    4. Thank you for the update.

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    5. I pray the goods are safe no matter how they were gotten back

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  11. It was really sad to watch yesterday, but some people were of the opinion that it was better the goods were taken instead of being burnt. I just pray the Mart was insured and no life lost.
    I heard the mart belongs to Peter Obi

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  12. So sad... Just pray they insured the company.

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  13. I read somewhere that it wasn't looted,the neighbours helped to bring out some items,there's a picture of it

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    1. I pray this is true,it will be a form of consolation for the owmer

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    2. I pray this is true,it will be a form of consolation for the owner

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  14. Oh dear! This is someone investment ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ kai!

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  15. I just hope the supermarket was insured. This is so painful

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    1. I hope so too, only that insurance companies always find a way to bring out hidden clauses in agreements to evade paying claims due.

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  16. It's not easy mehn
    Someone's sweat ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿฅบ

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  17. people should remember that there is God

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  18. So sad, I pray they recover fast.

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  19. There is another vid showing where the supposedly looted goods were kept. They were only saving some but if course some would be looted.

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    1. Of course? Are you speaking for yourself?

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  20. It wasn’t looted

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  21. Stella, nobody looted the supermarket, everything was gathered together in one place outside the supermarket.

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  22. This is a great loss for the owner.


    I pray God replenish and bless the owner I'm 100folds more than what he has lost

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  23. So sad. I feel for Mr Peter Obi. Millions of naira gone down just like that.

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  24. Ah! NEXT Supermarket!! I am so hurt. That's where i do most of my household shopping. There's almost nothing that you are looking for that you wont find there.

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  25. First Ebeano
    Now Next
    Sahad put fire alarm, sprinkler systems in place o and keep checking on them

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