36 Cultists In Police Net As Ayade Denies Plan To Declare Curfew In Calabar

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Ben AyadeThe Cross River State Governor, Senator Ben Ayade, has debunked speculations that the government was on the verge of declaring curfew in the state capital, Calabar.
He debunked the speculation on Tuesday through his Chief Press Secretary, Christian Ita.
Commercial activities have in the last one week been brought to a halt in Calabar following bloody clashes by members of rival gangs.
The fighting by the rival cult groups known as “Marvians” and “Ekpat”, has claimed several lives and shattered the peace and serenity that has Calabar has been renowned for over the years.
Despite the ugly development, Ayade, a Professor, said in a statement that he has no intention to declare curfew in Calabar or any other part of the state.
He, therefore, urged residents of the state to disregard the rumour and go about their lawful businesses.
Mr. Ayade said there was no security challenge in Calabar that would warrant imposition of curfew.
He also assured that security agencies were on top of security situation as 36 cultists who recently breached the peace in the state capital, were already in police custody.
“There is no security challenge in Calabar that would warrant imposition of curfew”, Mr. Ayade said
“I want to assure our people that security agencies are on top of security situation as 36 cultists who recently breached the peace in Calabar are already in police net”.

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