BREAKING NEWS: Iwuru Youths Blocks Road Over Alleged Killing By Army

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By Archibong Jeremiah

Angry Iwuru youths have blocked their section of Calabar – Ikom Highway, stopping movement of goods and passengers into and out of Cross River State.

According to our Citizen Reporter on ground said, “I’m at the scene right now, according to information gathered they’re protesting alleged killing of their people recently by the Army”.

As at the time of filing this report, our newsroom is contacting the Army and Police for more information.

With this road (Iwuru, Biase LGA, Cross River State) blocked for hours now, the only entry into the State capital is only the Odukpani-Itu axis which has been in the news currently for its deplorable state.

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