Former Cross River NUJ Chairman, Ndoma Akpet Begins Final Journey Home (PICTURES)

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By CrossRiverWatch Admim

The immediate past Chairman of NUJ Cross River State Council, late Ndoma Akpet has begun his journey home.

Below are pictures of his laying-in-state at the NUJ Press Center State Housing Calabar;

See also pictures of his laying-in-state at his last place of work CRBC Calabar;

At both place our reporters observed that it was tears all over.

His body had departed for his home town Ikom for vigil today at his family compound upper Effi street Okuni.

On Saturday, his remains will be buried in his family compound.

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