Operation Akpakwu: Notorious Kidnapper, Others Arrested In Calabar

In Breaking News, Crime, Reports

By Archibong Jeremiah

The recently launched Operation Akpakwu by the Cross River State Governor, Sen. Ben Ayade is yielding result.

As a result of the stop and search road blocks mounted by the operation team in strategic locations, one Etim Bassey suspected to be a notorious kidnapper has been arrested and is cooling his feet in custody.

The Operation Akpakwu team has also arrested other suspects and are in custody.

Below are pictures made available to the press by Egbelo Edward, aid to Governor Ben Ayade.

Etim Bassey

Other suspects in custody:

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