Another Journalist Dies In Calabar

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by crossriverwatch admin

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Mr. Boniface Nzama, a journalist with the Leadership newspaper has died barely a month after another journalist, Mr. Jude Okwe of Thisday Newspaper passed on.

Mr. Nzama who is about 45 years old died last Sunday morning.

Before his death, he had worked with the South South Express and later became the pioneer correspondent of the Sun Newspaper in Calabar.

Nzama who is from Ofambe close to Okweriseng where Jude Okwe hails from in Ubang community in Obudu Local Government Area is married and has five children from his wife, Mary Nzama. His oldest daughter, Violet is a student of Biochemistry in the University of Calabar.

The body has been taken to Obudu and deposited in the Sacred Heart hospital morgue awaiting burial this week.

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