JUNGLE JUSTICE: Suspected Robbers Burnt In Calabar

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By Patrick Obia

Two suspected armed robbers have been set ablaze in Calabar, the Cross River State Capital.

The incident which happened at Parliamentary by Ikot Efa junction, Tuesday, 20 October, 2020 at about 2pm according to eyewitness who plead for anonymity, said the suspected robbers who went to rob around Parliamentary Extension axis in broad day were chased by angry mob down to the junction where they were grabbed and set ablaze.

The witness added that, after several minutes of cuts without penetration due to charms, the suspects who operated with motorcycle, were subdued by other metaphysical means applied by the mobs.

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