GANG WAR: One Gunned Down As Police Recovers Missing Body

In Breaking News, Reports

By Patrick Obia

As gang war continues to hover since the killing of a final year student of electrical and electronic engineering in Cross River University of Technology, Calabar Campus, James Chia, it is reported that another known as Tommy boy, has been dropped dead Wednesday as Police recovered missing body.

The incident as reported, took place at new Edgerley, Calabar South LGA, on late Wednesday, with eyewitness who plead for anonymity said the victim was shot twice on the head close to a chemist shop.

“The guy was shot twice on his head. In fact it is opposite my house it happened. See temple run chaiiiii.

“As soon as his people discovered that the Police are on their way, they took the corpse away. Few minutes before the Police arrived, these people disappeared with the corpse. The corpse is no were to be found.”

According to the source however, after some hours, the lifeless body was recovered by the men of Nigeria Police Force.

It could not be ascertained the gangs involved and if the deceased is a student or not.

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