Estrange Former Akwa Ibom Lawmaker, Robinson Uwak Accused Of Kidnap

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By Patrick Obia

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Former Akwa Ibom Lawmaker, Mr. Robinson Uwak accused of attempted murder by his estranged wife, Kezia Uwak, has been accused of kidnapping her twins.

Kezia who made the accusation in a Facebook post said, Uwak in the company of soldiers broke into her parent’s apartment in Calabar at about 9 am on Sunday, 26 June 2022, and forcefully seized her twins who are barely a year old to an unknown destination.

The marital controversy between the duo had gone sour. Both have been engulfed in a marital quagmire that has raised a public uproar, following strong accusations of physical, verbal, and emotional abuse from her husband.

Kezia had earlier disclosed via an interview with journalists in Calabar narrated her marital ordeals, calling on security agencies to come to her aid and hold Robinson responsible should anything happen to her and her family.

She alleged her ex-husband masterminded the raid and kidnap of her children in a gestapo manner by unknown men in military uniform.

“Now using men in military uniform and guns. They broke into the house, violently grabbed the twins, who began to cry in fear, and the children and roughly flung them into their tinted cars. Robinson was behind them in a mask and face cap, he came in, shouting at me, calling me stupid, and then grabbed my daughter from my arms while the other armed man grabbed my son.

“This happened in a matter of one minute. Honour and I were at home alone. We were screaming and in terror. The armed kidnappers in camouflage also accosted my mother and father on the road and seized their phones. I’m broken. I’m shaking. How did I get involved with such a beast?”

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