Come Identify And Collect Your Properties Or We Auction Them – Police, Cross River Command

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

The Nigerian Police Force, Cross River State Command has called on members of the public to come identify and collect their properties or loose them.

The Command through its Public Relations Officer, DSP Irene Ugbo in a release in Calabar urged claimers/owners to present original documents for verification and collection between January 21 to February 3 2020.

Those not collected will be auctioned. The exercise will take place at Akim Division, ‘A’ Division and Atakpa Division in Calabar, Akamkpa Division in Akamkpa local government area, and Boki Division in Boki local government area respectively.

The exercise will be coordinated by Mr. Eze Ezeji, Alhaji Nuhu Ismail and Mr. Akana Firm.

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