Joseph Odok Arrested For Alleged Possesion Of Arms

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

Joseph Odok (Esq.)

Men of the Nigeria Police, Cross River State Command have detained a social commentator Mr. Joseph Odok for allegedly housing dangerous weapons.

According to Odok who spoke to CrossRiverWatch, ‘I am being kept in police custody over allegations that I am housing dangerous weapons in my Calabar residence.

“The Police went and executed a search warrant at my home, they have searched my house and saw nothing.”

When called, the State Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Irene Ugbo said: “I’m not aware of that case, let me confirm and get back to you later in the day.”

At the time of filing this report Joseph Odok is still in police custody.

Odok who was recently suspended from his teaching job at the University of Calabar UNICAL for alleged misconduct is accusing the institution of being behind his travails.

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