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Corpses Of 5 Security Personnel Murdered By Hoodlums Recovered in Akwa Ibom

By DEME AKPASIA

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A joint operational security team comprising operatives of the police, Army, Air Force and the Department of State Services (DSS), made a shocking discovery on Wednesday at a criminal hide out in Akwa Ibom State

Five decomposing corpses of security personnel, who were murdered by hoodlums in attacks on security men in the state, were reportedly found in a camp at Esin Udim Local Government Area of the state during a raid at about 7am on Wednesday, April 7.

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However, the identities of the slain security officers whose bodies were recovered could not be ascertained as of the time of filing this report.

Confirming the development, a top security official who graved anonymity, said the recovered bodies were deposited at the University of Uyo Teaching Hospital mortuary for autopsy.

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He said investigation has commenced to unravel the perpetrators, while surveillance and patrol has been intensified in the area.

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