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Three suspected kidnappers burnt to death in Cross River

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Three suspected kidnappers burnt to death in Cross River

Three suspected kidnappers have been burnt to loss of life in Ikot Effio Okon Etim in Akpabuyo native authorities space of Cross River State.

Though particulars of the incident had been nonetheless being anticipated, DAILY POST gathered that the incident which noticed the suspects burned to loss of life occurred on Saturday morning.

Confirming the incident, the Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Irene Ugbo in a Press Launch titled Jungle Justice and it’s implications condemned the motion of members of the general public.

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The assertion acknowledged, “The eye of the Commissioner of Police, Cross River State Command, has been drawn to the incessant mob motion meted on legal component throughout the state.

“It’s on the above, the Commissioner needs to state unequivocally that no single particular person or group of individuals has the appropriate to maim or take the lifetime of one other particular person no matter the offence dedicated” the assertion added.

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He suggested residents towards the infraction of the extant legal guidelines, which negates residents proper and contravenes the constitutional provision of the federal republic of Nigeria

“Consequently, the ugly incident which occurred early hours of Saturday, seventeenth October at Akpabuyo native authorities space the place three suspected criminals had been allegedly set ablaze is barbaric and strongly condemned.

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“By this announcement, the Command warns members of the general public to all the time weigh their actions in step with legal guidelines of the land. He added that perpetrators, when apprehended, will face the legislation” the DSP Ugbo acknowledged.

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