Gunmen Abducts A Dean’s Son In The University Of Calabar
Onyebuchi Okwueze, the son of the Dean of Postgraduate School, University of Calabar, has reportedly been abducted by gunmen in Cross River State.
A statement released by the university authority revealed that the abductee was taken from the residence of his father, Emeka Onyebuchi.
Effiong Eyo, the Institution’s Information Officer disclosed that Onyebuchi is a first year student of the department of Banking and Finance.
“Gunmen who were suspected to be kidnappers yesterday stormed the premises of the Dean, Professor Emeka Okwueze, who was unavailable at the time of the attack, broke into his house and made away with his plasma television and his 24-year old son who was the only one at home.”
“The gunmen who were said to have begun their operation at about 8.15pm also inflicted injuries on a lecturer in Physics department, Dr Anthony George, and his wife who were driving in and got caught up in the attack. While Dr George was shot on his right hand, his wife sustained bullet injuries on the left knee. Both are however responding to treatment.”
“Though they made unsuccessful attempts to gain entrance into the stretch of houses accommodating staff within the wing of buildings, the gunmen however smashed the mirror and front tyre of a Mercedes Benz vehicle belonging to a Professor in the College of Medical Sciences, Prof Chucks Ejezie.”