Two Shot Dead As Gang War Rejuvenated In Calabar

In Breaking News, Education, Reports

By Patrick Obia

Following the recent murder of a final year student of electrical electronic engineering in Cross River University of Technology, Calabar Campus, yesterday, 15th July 2019, two people have been confirmed dead in the early hours of today (Tuesday, 16th July 2019).

The incident which was said to have took place between Palm street and CRUTECH pavilion field, Calabar South, where two bodies were found lifeless as a result of gun shots. It is however not ascertained if they are students of the varsity.

This is coming less than 24 hours as a student identified as James Chia, a final year who was shot and axed to death immediately finishing his final paper in the semester in his faculty.

The Police are being contacted by our newsroom for comment as at the time of filing this report.

Their identity is yet to be established.

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