NEMA denies looting of Abuja warehouse

.. Beefs security 

CITIZENS COMPASS —The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA),  has refuted reports by a section of the media about the looting of its warehouse in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.

NEMA said the warehouse in question does not belong to the agency.
This was made known in a statement by the NEMA Press Unit on Sunday which was shared on the agency’s X account.

It reads, “The attention of the National Emergency Management Agency has been drawn to media reports on Sunday alleging that the Agency’s warehouse was looted by some hoodlums in Abuja.

“This is to clarify that the looted warehouse does not belong to NEMA. However, the Agency sympathises with the owners of the looted facility.

“To forestall any security breach at NEMA facilities, its Director General Mustapha Habib Ahmed has directed Zonal Directors and Heads of Operations to strengthen security in and around the Agency’s offices and warehouses nationwide.”

Meanwhile, the Nigeria Police Force have beefed up security at the warehouses belonging to the National Emergency Management Agency nationwide following the looting of food warehouses in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, on Sunday, by suspected hoodlums

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