200 Level UNICAL Student Macheted To Death In Calabar

In Breaking News, Crime, Education, Reports

By Patrick Obia

Report has it that a 200 level Student of the Faculty of Education, University of Calabar (UNICAL), Odey ThankGod, is confirmed dead after been killed by alleged rival gang group.

The incident which took place at Etonko street, Calabar South, on Saturday, 15th June 2019 with an eye witness who plead for anonymity said the sophomore was chased with his friends by group of boys but he was unfortunate not to escape while his friends did, he was caught up with and butchered to death.

“The way I saw this live at Etonko, I nearly lost my heart, being macheted live. God help me to remove this memory.” The witness expressed.

As at the time of filing this report, he’s department is yet to be confirmed and the Police are being contacted to ascertain the gangs involved.

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