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March 21, 2016 ( Post 1 )



Barely 24 hours after President Muhammadu Buhari
declared the international conference on peace and
stability open in Abuja,thieves reportedly stole the
handset of the Executive Secretary of the World Muslim
League Saudi Arabia, Dr. Abdullahi Bin Abdul.


Security agencies which are said to be hugely embarrassed
by the development, are currently probing the alleged
security breach which led to the theft.
The victim himself is said to be worried by the incident.

Investigation showed that Bin Abdul had been accorded the
honour of leading the Jumat prayer at the National Mosque
on Friday.


A heavy security ring was therefore formed around him and
his entourage by the relevant agencies.
After the Jumat service, many dignitaries and worshippers
tried to move closer to Abdul which led to the alleged
security breach.

It was gathered that the Secretary of World Muslim League
later discovered that his handset had been stolen.


A top source said:-


“Despite tight security for him, some thieves made away
with the handset of the Executive Secretary of the World
Muslim League.

“The theft occurred after the Jumat prayer session
suggesting that there was breach of the security wall at the
National Mosque. Some smart guys took advantage of the
relaxed atmosphere to strike.

“This incident created an embarrassment for the cleric,
diplomats and most of the dignitaries that accompanied
him to the service.”
Responding to a question, the source added:


“The visitor
from Saudi Arabia was shocked and embarrassed. No one
could explain how it happened.”
Sources told The Nation last night that the matter was being
investigated.

Another source added: “All the agencies have swung into
action to arrest those who perpetrated the act. They will get
the brains behind the incident. I cannot confirm whether or
not any arrest has been made but we will crack this case to correct any misgivings.”

It was not immediately clear if the CCTV system at the National Mosque was working as at the time of the incident.“The security agencies will determine the efficiency of the CCTV,” the source said.

Prior to the theft on Friday, the Secretariat of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), within the premises of the mosque, was recently burgled with hard discs of some sensitive computers carted away by unknown thieves.


The development made the NSCIA to eject some tenant organizations from the main secretariat.


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