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Photos: Nigerian Postal Service, NIPOST Staff Steal Phone Sent To Lady From US, Replace It With Book

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Photos: Nigerian Postal Service, NIPOST Staff Steal Phone Sent To Lady From US, Replace It With Book

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May 3rd, 2016 – Pictures: Lady Accuses Nigerian Postal Service, NIPOST Of Stealing Phone Sent To Her From Pittsburgh United States

Shock As Nigerian Postal Service Staff At UI Ibadan Branch Steal Phone Sent To Lady From United States, Replace It With A Book

Message received from a fan this morning

Someone sent a parcel to me from Pittsburgh which contains a phone through USPS since 15th of April 2016 and have been expecting the parcel since not until this morning I was called from the university of ibadan’s post office that my parcel has arrived and I went there to pick my parcel after paying I left the office with my parcel and I went home when I got home, my friend and I opened the parcel lo and behold we met a book inside and the declaration paper on it says a phone is inside the parcel.

We rushed back to the postal office and guess what? They said I should have opened the parcel before leaving and I tried to explain that this is my first time and I even wrote a letter of complain but they said they can do just little.

Imagine it means they have removed the phone when it got to Nigeria and they dropped a book in place of the phone pls where are we going to in Nigeria? now that we cannot even trust our postal services in Nigeria and we call her Giant of Africa!

We should check corruption in these small small offices first before pointing accusing fingers to our leaders .

It so so painful please share as much as u can till its get to the authorities concerned in postal services in Nigeria.



  1. fifelomo

    May 3, 2016 at 8:20 PM

    Corruption everywhere. Noone to be trusted. Shame on them.

    • RAPO

      May 4, 2016 at 12:23 PM


  2. Tee

    May 3, 2016 at 8:36 PM

    This is really bad, this is the same thing that happens when people ship cars and vans to Nigeria, all the contents would be gone by the time you collect it, it is really bad, people work their socks of in cold and treacherous conditions abroad and hoping to have something to fall back on when they get home,those thieves in uniforms at the ports just take peoples things since no body to question them,that is how the get to build many houses even when their salary cannot even buy land. you see them driving big cars and sending their kid to private schools all on other peoples’ sweat. when karma now strikes they start running helter skelter from one church to another and from alfa to babalawo, this is the story of our system it permits unscrupulous people to hold office. they need to implement a system of checks and balance so as to be able to trace who handle the parcel last.i hope the new government will look into these area as well.

  3. Big Aunty Koks

    May 3, 2016 at 9:09 PM

    Phones are for some reason very attractive to thiefs, especially senior phones. If you forget a “senior phone” in church they will forget God and steal your phone.
    That is why I can only take ” pure water” phone to church. If by chance you forget that type someone will surely come up to make good Samaritan and hand over same to you saying” Aunty, it is like you forgot your phone”

    At least you have learnt the wisdom of opening packages before you move from the postal Services premises.take heart, sorry o!

  4. mulikat

    May 3, 2016 at 9:16 PM

    no be tofay naija postal service ke, all na original 419

  5. betty

    May 3, 2016 at 9:44 PM

    Can u imagine. Thieves corruption everywhere

  6. Amanda

    May 3, 2016 at 10:29 PM

    Leaders simply have load of works to do and that’s ENFORCEMENT. In order to stop this nonsense, they need to make example of this thief. Not just lay him/she off but punish him/her with great punishment.

    This needs to get attention of the authority. If they cant find who stole it, all employees including supervisors and managers should be severely punished. One doesnt need to open his or her package at the post office in their presence. Their should be some level of trust.

    With so much religiosity in that country, men have heart stronger than devil itself. Western world are not religious yet, if this happen, which can almost NEVER happen, all employees at the location are in BIG trouble.

    • Tee

      May 4, 2016 at 9:49 AM

      @Amanda well said, it is sad that in a country in which so many purports to be holier and whither than snow, all you see around is evil,the heart of average naija is DARK; they stab you in the back even when you are showing them love. i have come to realize that all the religious posturing is fake and its all about making money and subjugation of the masses.Humanity is alien to them and patriotism is non existent. let’s be vigilant not to be victim of their enterprise.

  7. Ace

    May 3, 2016 at 10:32 PM

    Even if you had opened the package there, they would always have something to tell you.
    your relation here should never use NIPOST again. It’s either you use FEDEX,UPS etc, very expensive, but effective. I tell you for that phone package, you might pay about $170.
    Sorry o!

  8. #thiefpost

    May 4, 2016 at 1:42 AM

    Exactly the same thing happen to me 13years ago my husband sent wrist watches to me through Nipost. I only met paper and it was registered its so sad I have nobody to report to then. its a shame.

  9. shonny

    May 4, 2016 at 5:29 AM

    It is do ssd that everything is turning this way, all we can do is to keep on calling on God to redeem Nigeria

  10. bOKEEM

    May 4, 2016 at 5:46 AM

    don’t be suprise na oga took on top took the fone, Naija, nawa ooooo. but I blame the man that sent the fone , he shud have know that Naija cannot be trusted, he should have sent it through Fedex or DHL, their bad luck

  11. sola olaniyi

    May 4, 2016 at 8:08 AM

    Another name for Nigeria is CorrupNia

  12. Sharon stone

    May 4, 2016 at 10:05 PM

    Na wa but next time u open d perce right there in their office b4 u leave.

  13. Maryf

    May 8, 2016 at 6:45 PM

    Corruption seems it will never end in this country. God please come and help Nigeria and cleanse it oh God.

  14. Solomon Joel Edward

    May 8, 2016 at 8:24 PM

    Dat is bad ooooh, am a living witness to dis corruptable event. I saw her Dat very mrning wit d parcel well package unknowning Dat it was a 419 stuff. Sha pls burahi cannot fight corruption while postal men are changing phn to book in a parcel. Naija pple abeg check ur parcel very well ooooh b4 accept it or even paying 4 delivery fee

  15. Alex

    May 11, 2016 at 3:19 PM

    Before we jump into conclusion about this matter,lets try and establish some basic facts.Does the sender actually enclosed the phone in the packet? Was the item a gift or a merchandise she paid for? The lady should tell us before we can conclude the way we are commenting.
    My knowledge of the Post Office and online shipments through post is that,when the sender discovered a fraudulent practices in an order been placed for an item,he or she will send an empty packet to the addressee with a declaration as if the item is in the packet thereby making the addressee to believe that he or she actually sent the item.It is a means of sending a warning signals that his or her tricks has been discovered.This usually happen when the customer used fake online means of payment.

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