Four houses owned by suspected kidnappers were demolished by the Cross River Government security outfit “Operation Akpakwu”.
The houses were demolished at 8-Miles area in Calabar and the suspected kidnappers were arrested by the outfit.
Rhe outfit also demolished a brothel close to the popular Flour Mill junction in Calabar for allegedly harbouring criminals and consumers of illicit drugs.
The demolition was confirmed by the State Security Adviser (Southern Senatorial District) to Gov. Ben Ayade, Henry Okokon on Monday, January 18.
According to him, the exercise was one of the ways of chasing criminals out of the state.
“This is part of the activities of Operation Akpakwu, a special force set up by Gov. Ayade to fight crime in the state, especially kidnapping.
This demolition exercise is ongoing. The governor has warned that anyone who is involved in any form of criminality, or any landlord who is found harbouring any criminal, should desist from it.
“These houses belong to individuals who have been caught in the act of kidnapping in the state.
The brothel was also brought down because the management of the facility was also harbouring criminals and drug addicts.
This is a warning signal to everybody. Whosoever is involved in crime of any form should desist from it.”
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