BREAKING: Operation Akpakwu Clampdown On Baby Factory, Drug Joint In Calabar

In Breaking News, Crime, Reports

By Archibong Jeremiah

Information reaching our newsroom from News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, has it that Operation Akpakwu has clampdown on a baby factory in Calabar, the Cross River State capital.

The baby factory is located at Effioawan street in Calabar South.

Relatively, a building at Howell street, also Calabar South was destroyed for involvement in hard drugs.

The State Governor, Sen. Ben Ayade constituted Operation Akpakwu to tackle increased crime rate.

Operation Akpakwu is made up military and paramilitary organisation.

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