JUST IN: Calabar Resident Call On Government To Trim Over Grown Trees

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By David Nsa

A Resident in Calabar, the Cross River State Capital, has called on the State Ministry of Environment to trim the overgrown trees in Calabar metropolis, especially that of Mary Slessor Avenue Calabar (former Zoo Garden to the roundabout).

Mr. Tom Alim who took to his Facebook wall Wednesday morning said that the trees needs to be attended to immediately to avoid accident along the road.

“The trees along Mary Slessor Avenue, Calabar seem to have over grown into the road.

“I think they need to be trimmed to avoid possible accident by motorist.” He said.

As at the time of filing this report, the trees were not attended to.

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