CRSG Makes Bold Move, Names 35 Persons Wanted For Cult Killings

The Cross River State Government has reacted to the incessant spate of cult related murders in the state by making public a list of 35 persons wanted in connection with the killings.

Alfred Mboto, Permanent Secretary, who signed the letter naming and declaring the 35 as wanted, stated clearly that these lot were suspected to be behind the incessant spate of killings, something that was unacceptable to government.

However, a www.calitown.com evaluation of the list shows clearly that government may have partially succeeded in identifying the suspects.

For starters, only 14 persons on the list can be identified by their real names; 21 are captured either by only their first names or nicknames, making it difficult for further identification. Secondly, a greater percentage of the names appear to be indigenous to a neighbouring state, apparently giving credence to argument in several quarters that most of those formenting trouble in the state are not indigenes.

Two persons on the list, were recently granted amnesty and discharged from prison while another two were government agents; one a correctional services officer while the other one was a dismissed military police personnel.

See full list below:

Kufre Ekpo Eyo
Sampson Joshua Ovai
Cyril Bassey
Gershom Edem
Samuel Emeka Obi
Emeka II
Obong Ette
Cornell Joe Edet
Junior
Charly
Owatt G
Emmatex
Deco
Harry
Francis Nkoro (STAM)
Christian
Small
Charlie
1313
Akan
Eteka Bulldog
Ita Oku Ndiyo
Okpata a.k.a Obasanjo
Koksy
Edet Ekpo Eyo
Orok
Bahlor
Ete Eka
AC Milan
Jide
Andem Dick
Charles Awkey
Awaji Felix Itam
Okon Eyo
Akan

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