By Ushang Ewa
Jedy Agba, Nigeria’s junior minister of power is currently inspecting some properties that were attacked last weekend in Calabar, the Cross River State capital.
Over 60 properties were either attacked, vandalized, looted or razed in what some are describing as a historic event.
One of the places attacked, looted and razed was the Cross River State office of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) located along the Murtala Muhammed Highway in Calabar.
And, following the easing of a dusk to dusk curfew imposed by the Cross River State Government, Mr. Agba who was recently accused of instigating the detention of a journalist since October 13, 2020 visited the facility.
Images obtained by CrossRiverWatch shows charred remains of documents, certificates among others.
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