• April 18, 2021

Head Of Igbo Community In Calabar Given One Week To Leave Town


By Nkoli Opara (AGENDAWATCHDOG) – The Head of Igbo community in Calabar has been given a one week notice to leave the town or face consequences.

According news reports, the quit order was issued via a statement issued on Thursday and signed by the Chairman, Ekpo Ekeng, Vice Chairman, Adim Ekpenyong Adim, Secretary, Ekpenyong Bassey Ekpenyong and Assistant Secretary, Christy Edem Bassey Edem, of a group, Nka Ikemesit Mkparawa Essien Efik Duob-Eba, said to be domiciled in the palace of the Obong of Calabar.

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The group slammed the Eze Indi Igbo for disrespecting the Obong of Calabar by claiming to be the Obong of Calabar whereas he is not.

“For insulting the Obong of Calabar, calling yourself or making yourself the Obong of Calabar, when Obong of Calabar is on the throne we give you 7 days to leave the town”.


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