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Monday 14th October 2019,
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Man Cries Out After A Telecom Mast Smashed His Benz & 3 Others In Abuja

Telecom Mast

A man has cried out for help after a telecom mast destroyed his car and 3 others during a heavy downpour in Abuja.

The incident which took place since June, is still causing unrest in the area after the Police refused releasing the identity of the mast owner.

In a private message to popular Instagram blogger, the man narrated the whole incident and the situation on ground.

Read his mail below..

Hello Tunde Ednut, 
I have been a big follower of your Instagram page for sometime now. 
I wish to notify your reputable organization on the incident that took place at 5am on the 24th of June 2019 in Abuja . 

A yet to be identified mast at the utako police station which is just directly opposite my house fell while it was raining and landed on 3 cars including my car inside my compound . My car and that of 3 others in my compound has been destroyed. 

The police have yet to release the identity of the owner of the mast and Development control who are in charge of allocating land space for masts have so far denied having any knowledge of who owns the mast. I have also reported this to Nigerian communications commission who asked me to get the identity from Development control, but they have denied me the identity. 

This accident could have led to the loss of human lives and is a future threat to residents that have masts close to their homes. 
I humbly ask for your assistance in getting them to replace my car and that of others while resolving this terrible situation as soon as possible . 

I wish to use your platform to notify the police , the IG of Police, AIG, Apc, Nigerian communications, Development control, Pls find attached pictures of the incident. 
Thanks for your cooperation ,

Kind Regards ,
Ikechukwu Kenneth Aroh

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