BREAKING: DSS Finally Hands Over Female Principal Suspect In Odok’s Attack To Police As Raphael Odu Gets Bail

In Breaking News, Crime, Reports

By Jonathan Ugbal

Information reaching CrossRiverWatch suggests that Patience Odey, the principal suspect in the attack on suspended University of Calabar (UNICAL) lecturer, Mr. Joseph Odok is currently in Police custody.

Ms. Odey is currently writing her statement at the state Police command headquarters at Diamond hill in Calabar CrossRiverWatch can confidently confirm.

Security sources also informed CrossRiverWatch that the Director of Homeland Security, Mr. Raphael Odu, who allegedly orchestrated the attack alongside Ms. Odey was released on bail by the Police yesterday (Monday).

Mr. Odu was handed over by the Department of State Security (DSS) to the Police last week while Ms. Odey was said to have been released with the DSS refusing to comment on the reason why.

More details shortly…

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