Robbers aided Nigerian journalists office in Ibadan.
A group of burglars raided the office apartment of the Correspondents’ Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, Ibadan in the wee hours of Wednesday.
The thieves forcefully gained entry to the office at Mokola area of the city searching thoroughly for valuables and cash.
According to the chapel chairman, Tunde Sanni, the hoodlums’ attempt to cart away the plasma TV set from the union’s office was futile as they only removed it from the wall without taking it away.
“Items stolen during the burglary incident included a complete suit, a bag of rice and cash amount whose amount is still being calculated.
“The incident has been reported to the Mokola division of the police which stated that investigations have commenced into the robbery incident,” Mr. Sanni said in a statement.
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