Senator Gbenga Obadara Orders Journalists To Be Searched Over His Missing China Phone

The chairman Senate Committee on Privatization, Senator Gbenga Obadara, Wednesday ordered search of journalists shortly after an interactive session over his missing ” China smart phone ” in Kano.


Senator Obadara and some members of his commitee was in Kano in one of the oversight functions at the headquarters of Kano Electrical Distribution Company located at Post office road.

Trouble started immediately after an interactive session with over 30 members of the pen profession when he alerted the management of the Power firm of the development.

According to Vanguard,

Acting on the instruction of his superior, the Image maker of Kano Electrical Distribution, Alhaji Mukhtar Baffa seizes the microphone and requested

“gentlemen, we don’t intend to embarrass any of you but I am sorry, you will have to submit yourselves for search over senator missing phone”.

Heavily armed policemen were subsequently drafted inside the conference hall for the search operations on the hapless Journalists.

A hefty combat ready police officer who conducted the operation spelt out the rule of the game as he hoarded the Reporters in one side of the conference hall and was ready to pick one after the other before a message from outside the hall announced the discovery of the missing handset.

There was relief after the discovery as the leadership of the Journalists demand a written apology from the management of Kano Electrical Distribution Company.

The chairman of Correspondent chapel, Mr. Francis Edwin Olofu described the incident as “totally demeaning, provocative and uncalled for”.

However, the Public Relations Manager of Kano Electrical Distribution Company, Alhaji Mukhtar Baffa appealed for understanding, pointing out that “it was not meant to humiliate members of pen profession.

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