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Angry Voters Burnt Thug To Death In Akwa Ibom For Disrupting Elections

Posted by on March 9, 2019>



 

According to a number of studies, a suspected thug met his finish today by the hands of offended youths in Akwa Ibom state.

According to the studies, some thugs alleged to be working for the All Progressives Congress (APC), tried to hijack electoral supplies after invading Ikono Ward 10 Unit 9 within the native authorities space of the state.

The thugs allegedly shot 4 people in the midst of the invasion.

It was gathered that upon their try to make away with the supplies, one of many thugs was captured and set ablaze by the irate youths.

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