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Villagers attack Soldiers, Burn Their Vehicle After Clash In Cross River(PHOTO)

There was pandemonium yesterday at Boki local government area of Cross River State following clash between military men and villagers. According to reports, following the cult war which has seen many dead, soldiers who were deployed in the area allegedly shot and wounded two youths from Nsadop community.

According to journalist George Odok, the community youths retaliated and also injured the soldiers. The villagers who chased the soldiers away – also burnt down one of their vehicles.

Villagers attack Soldiers, Burn Their Vehicle After Clash In Cross River(PHOTO) was last modified: June 13th, 2018 by Politics Nigeria
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