UNILAG Student At War With NIPOST Over Missing Diamond Ring And Blackberry Z10
“My fiancé who lives in the USA, sent me a package consisting of a diamond ring, BlackBerry Z10, PS, chocolate bar and magazine. “He could have used DHL, but I told him not to worry that I would get it through NIPOST because it was not my first time of using the service. He sent it in March, this year. “I went to the UNILAG post office last week Monday when I was told the package had finally arrived. But on getting there, I discovered the package had been tampered with and the diamond ring and BlackBerry Z10 were not there.”
“I sent the package on March 11, 2014 through the United States Postal Service. “I gave my fiancée the tracking number of the package so she could monitor it. I told her to keep checking at the post office, because I knew it could take up to four weeks before it would be delivered. But when the package finally arrived, they didn’t inform her. “It was after two weeks that she was called by the UNILAG branch. I sent her the diamond engagement ring because we are planning our wedding soon. We have already had our introduction and engagement; then the BlackBerry Z10, and the PS, which is for my cousin. But the ring and BB were missing. “I called Frank Mba, who said she should see policemen at Sabo, but those ones demanded N5,000 from her.”
“This is the way we spoil this country. I am sure the ring and BB were taken in the UNILAG office of NIPOST. They should be quizzed by the authorities. They should not be allowed to go scot-free. We need to have those things back,” he added.