Operation Akpakwu: Chief, Wife And Son Arrested For Kidnapping, Houses Demolished In Akpabuyo And Calabar

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By Agency Reporter

The Cross River State Government Security “Operation Akpakwu” has arrested some kidnappers in Akpabuyo Local Government Area of the State.

They are Etinyin Akamba Eyo, a.k.a 30 30, who is the Clan Head of Ikot Atambi in Akpabuyo Local Government Area of the State including his son and wife.

His two houses were demolished by the security operatives after the arrest.

His shrine where kidnappers and militants were been fortified at Akpabuyo was also destroyed.

According to Operation Akpakwu, the Chief confessed that his son was involved in high profile kidnapping in Akpabuyo.

Also, the building in Plot 24c in Satelite Town Calabar, where a kidnapped victim was released a few months ago was also demolished.

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