Cross River: VIO Disappears On Way To Work

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Fred Akpama, Missing VIO
Fred Akpama, Missing VIO

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A Vehicle Inspection Officer, VIO Mr. Fred Akpama who over sees Abi and Yakkur Local Government Areas zone is said to have disappeared while on his way to duty on the 15th of May, 2014.

According to a close family source, Mr. Akpama has not been seen since the early hours of the 15th of May, but his car and two phones were seen on the evening of the said day intact at the Ediba Enukwaba Road close to Kito company in Abi local government area.

“On that faithful day he went for work as usual and did not return until his wife who is a police officer presently on course received a call at about 5pm from her colleagues who were on patrol that day that her husband car was found along Ediba Enukwama by Kito company in Abi and she called my uncle at once”.

According to him the patrol team after calling his lines discovered that his cell phones were in the car, key in the ignition with blood stain in the driver’s seat and in the trunk of the car” James Ekat who identified himself as the cousin to the VIO told CrossRiverWatch.

He said a report has been laid with the police in Abi along with the Chairmen of Abi and Yakurr including the village heads yet nothing has come out of the search for Fred who hails from Yakurr.

The Divisional Police Officer for Abi said the police is conducting investigation into the disappearance of the man but “We are sending the report to the headquarters, that is Calabar tomorrow {Wednesday}

It will be recalled that some three weeks ago, a twenty one year youth corps member from Adadama serving in Onitsha in Anambra State was beheaded by people suspected to be Ikwo youths while returning to her area of primary assignment after the Easter celebration along that axis.

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