Update: PA To Kidnapped Justice Ignatius Agube’s Wife Dies Of Internal Bleeding

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By Archibong Jeremiah

Information reaching our newsroom has it that, Mrs. Ekwele Agube has been kidnapped few minutes ago.

She was kidnapped from her shop in Ekorinim, Calabar Municipality by gunmen who came in an Audi 80 vehicle.

Mrs. Agube is the wife of Hon. Justice Ignatius Agube of the Appeal Court.

This is happening two days after Mr. Kayode was kidnapped at gunpoint in Lagos street, Calabar South.

The Police are yet to confirm the situation.


Glory Akpama, the PA to kidnapped wife of Appeal Court Judge, Ignatius Agube, has died of internal bleeding at the Navy hospital in Calabar.

Glory Akpama from Abi LGA in Cross River, was shot by the kidnappers while trying to resist them during the kidnap of Mrs. Agube last night in her shop in Ekorinim, Calabar.

She was rushed to the Navy reference hospital where she was pronounced dead.

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