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Robbers invade Catholic Church in Abuja, steal bags of rice, cash and beverages.


The Catholic Church of Annunciation, Kubwa, was overhauled as a Parish by the Archdiocese of Abuja and under 3 months after the update, suspected outfitted burglars raged it and trucked away profitable equipment and a Toyota Camry. The looters constrained their way into compounds and trucked away whatever they could lay their hands on.

As per the Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. Matthew Kwaggas, the looters raged the area after Sunday’s service and stole all that they got for thanksgiving, including bags of rice, cash and beverages.

He additionally enlightened the gathering amid Mass that about two weeks after the first raid  of the congregation, the thieves again softened up through one of the windows and removed all the public address system, a vehicle-Toyota Camry and musical instruments.

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