Ugep: Man Found Dead Along Idomi Road, Cause Unknown

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By Odey Ojeka

A man has been found dead along Idomi road, Ijiman Ugep this afternoon (Thursday) afternoon.

The dead body was removed by the Police from Ugep division at about 12:15pm.

An eyewitness identified the deceased as Mr. Etim and is from Ibenda, Biko Biko Ugep.

The eyewitness who didn’t want to be mentioned in print went on to add that the late Mr. Etim was a water seller until his death.

As at the time of filing this report, the cause of death was not ascertained.

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