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DVC escapes as gunmen kidnap DPO’s daughter, govt official


Mudiaga Affe, Yenagoa THE Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Academics, Cross River University of Technology, Prof. Gabriel Ikpi, is currently recuperating from gunshot wounds sustained after he escaped being kidnapped. The incident, which happened over the weekend, had thrown the university community into panic. Also, an unidentified daughter of a former Police Public Relations […]

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