Hoodlums Attack Journalist In Calabar

In Breaking News, National News, Politics, Reports

By Lanre Arotimi

Charles Eyo
Charles Eyo

The Correspondent of Daily Trust newspaper in Calabar, Mr. Eyo Charles, has been attacked by hoodlums in Calabar, south area of CrossRiver State.

The incident, which occurred on Thursday morning along Calabar road, has left the Journalist in a state of shock.
According to the victim, he lost an undisclosed amount of money among other valuables to the area boys.

Narrating his ordeal further, Charles said “It took some good Samaritans over 20 minutes to rescue me from the hands of the hoodlums as they refused to listen to anybody”.

He however failed to report the incident to the police, but appealed to relevant security agencies in the State to closely monitor the unwholesome activities of area boys in Cross River.

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