- Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba has broken his silence following the attack on his private residence
- According to Ndoma-Egba, hoodlums carted away with everything leaving only the bare floor
- The former Senate leader appealed to the looters to kindly return his late father’s judge’s robes
Victor Ndoma-Egba, a former Nigerian Senate leader has opened up following the looting of his private residence by hoodlums as a fallout of the #EndSARS protest in Calabar, Cross River state.
Ndoma-Egba’s home was among the residences of senators from Cross River that were attacked and vandalized.
The former Senate leader in a statement on Wednesday, October 28, explained that the intruders who broke into his house looted everything leaving only the floor bare, Premium Times reports.
He went on to note that he got information while out of the country that his residence was going to be attacked and alerted security agencies.
According to Ndoma-Egba, items taken from his residence include all the toilets, baths, furniture, clothing, a collection of books, documents, and historic photographs.
Other looted properties are windows, railings, family pictures and burglary proofs.
While noting that the destruction of his house was “clearly premeditated and unjustifiable”, the former senator, said he understood “the anger in the land”.
He, however, appealed to vandals and hoodlums who looted his personal residence to kindly return his late father’s judge’s robes as they would not be needing it for anything.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that hours after hoodlums under the umbrella of EndSARS protesters stormed his house and looted some items, a member of the National Assembly representing Oyo Central senatorial district, Senator Teslim Folarin, reacted.
The lawmaker in a statement issued on Saturday, October 24, revealed that over 1,100 empowerment items such as motorcycles, deep freezers, generators, and grinding machines, among others were looted from his house at the Oluyole Estate extension in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo state.
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