Male Corpse Found In Garbage Can In Calabar

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

An unidentified corpse of a man found in the morning hours of Friday lying at the waste disposal site of Bateba Street by Etta Agbor, Calabar is being evacuated by the Cross River State Task Force on Refuse Evacuation and Cleanliness.

According to its Chairman, Mr. Eric Anderson when called on phone said he’s team are on the job and will be done in an hour time.

The corpse according to Mr. Tom Alims on his facebook wall was left by the refuse evacuation team after cleaning the trash can.

His words, “The guys/truck that cart reduce away carefully did their job and left the body there.

“Green Sheriff Car stopped by, but zoomed off without it’s men coming down for any observation. This kind life seff.”

See pictures, credit: Tom Alims.

 

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