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Senate Chief Whip Lost Phones to Thieves in Abuja

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Two days after collecting his certificate of return in Abuja, the Chief Whip of the Senate, Orji Uzor Kalu, has said that his two cell phones containing the MTN and Glo lines have been stolen.



Taking to his Facebook page on Thursday to report the theft, Kalu also cautioned members of the public against reciprocating activities involving the phones.

He said they were stolen during the collection of his Certificate of Return at the International Conference Center (ICC), Abuja.

He appealed to the public to provide useful information that may lead to the recovery of the two phones, adding that his network providers have been duly informed also.

He writes:

This is to notify the general public to beware of any illicit activity involving my cell phone and numbers. During the collection of Certificate of Return at International Conference Centre Abuja, my cell phone with MTN and Glo lines were stolen by a yet-to-be-identified person(s). My network providers have been duly informed. Please don’t hesitate to provide any useful information

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