BREAKING: Cross River SEMA DG, John Inaku Is Dead

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

Our newsroom is has just confirmed that the DG of Cross River State Emergency Management Agency, Mr. Godwin Inaku is dead.

Inaku who passes on in ghastly motor accident minutes after 10pm few hours to the gubernatorial elections in the State.

John who was driving on election eve in company of his friends to the refugee camp in Utanga-Becheve had the accident along Ranch road in Obanlikwu LGA.

Others are receiving medical care at Model General Hospital, Sankwala Obanlikwu.

As at the time of filing this report his body is being prepared to be moved to a mortuary in Ogoja LGA.

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