By Harry Awurumibe, Editor ABUJA BUREAU
Those who believe that the vandalization and looting of public facilities and private homes across the nation will stop by mere rhetoric by the authorities may have to think twice as hoodlums on Tuesday viciously attacked many places in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.
The latest victims of the acts of vandalism by the hoodlums are the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) shortwave broadcast station at Gwagwalada and the private home of Senator Philip Aduda, the only Senator representing the FCT in National Assembly.
Prompt News reports that the hoodlums had earlier on Tuesday morning invaded the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Orientation Camp in Kubwa, a suburb of the FCT.
They looted anything they met on ground including personal effects of the staff of the NYSC.
Some of the things looted by the hoodlums at various places they attacked include household items such as beds, mattresses, furniture and clothes.
In some other places they carted away rice, beans, garri, sewing machines, motorcycles and tricycles among other things.
Mass looting of public and private properties started last week across Nigeria in the wake of the alleged shooting at the #EndSARS protesters at Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos.
This unfortunate incident in Lagos state, triggered the carnage now being witnessed in the country with hoodlums brazenly setting properties on fire and looting public and private places.