Kidnappers abduct three traders in Calabar

Kidnappers have reported abducted at least three traders in Calabar, Cross River State, in the last four days.

The kidnap is coming barely one month after two pupils were reportedly abducted from a public school in the Ikot-Effanga area of Calabar.

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A Calabar resident, Mr. Adisa Ojo, said one of the kidnapped businessmen identified as Justin, was abducted at about 8pm on Monday at Palm Street in Calabar-South and taken to an unknown destination.

He said that another businessman, whose name was given as Nwadike, was kidnapped at about 9pm of the same day in the Ikot-Ansa area of the state. He said;

“Justine is 47. He is a native of Ukanafun in Akwa Ibom State and deals on cosmetics product at the Akpabuyo Market, while Nwadike (41), is a building contractor who shuttles between Imo and Cross River states.”

An eyewitness, Ogbonnia Udehi, said the third kidnap victim identified as Lumba is an auto mechanic, who was abducted at about 5pm in his workshop in Calabar on Wednesday. He said;

“Lumba is from Ohafia in Abia State. He was whisked away from his workshop at the Goldie Cemetery area of Calabar Municipality on Wednesday. The hoodlums came in at about 5pm on that fateful day and jumped through the fence into the premises.

“On sighting the gang, one of his boys took to his heels and while Lumba attempted to escape, the kidnappers swooped on him and whisked him into a waiting car before zooming off. The kidnappers shot into the air to scare residents away while their victim cried for help,”

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  1. It doesn’t seems as if this kidnapping of a thing is being tackle to achieve desired result. I bet you some of this activities are aided by top politicians.

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