Lifeless Body Of Book Seller Found In CRUTECH

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By Patrick Obia

Students residing in the female hostels and environs in Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH), Calabar Campus, were thrown into shock with a lifeless body found close to Hall 2 in the varsity.

The lifeless body identified as Mr. Godwin and popularly known by many as “Mourinho”, sells stationeries in front of the hostel and was found dead in the early hours of Saturday, 21st September, 2019, in front of the shop where he keeps his goods.

The cause of his demise cannot be ascertained at the moment. However, there are insinuations hovering with some attributing it to spiritual attack, others said he was murdered while some said he slumped and died.

The body has been evaluated from the scene at the time of filing this report.

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