Cross River Police Command confirms Robbery Attack in a New Generation bank in Calabar

There’s been an incident of armed robbers invading the Ecobank, Marry Slessor Avenue branch which sources including the bank had denied that allegations.

Contrary to the report by Calabar Reporters concerning the spotting of a notorious militant known as G1, a source told this Reporter that there was no robbery incident at the bank. The source states: “What happened was that a suspected notorious kidnap kingpin was spotted by our security cameras trying to make a withdrawal at the automated teller machine (ATM) in the bank premises. Somehow, security personnel were alerted and they responded. We suspect that before they arrived, the suspect had taken off. It is important to say that the suspect did not enter the bank; if he had entered our bank we are sure he would have been apprehended”.

However, residents around the Mary Slessor avenue including the nearby streets took to their heels as gunshots where fired by security personnel who arrived the scene later on. 


Recently, they’ve been a confirmed report by the State Police command of a robbery attack in another branch of Eco bank located at Marian Market, Calabar.

According to a caller to Hit FM, Calabar, the robbers attacked the area at about 7:10 Pm on Saturday, warning residents and people plying the route to be of consciousness.

Meanwhile, the State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), ASP Irene Itohan sent a message to a reporter concerning the issue, stating that they did deployed security men to the area. 


Up till now, the course of the robbery is still unclear to us as we’re making more findings to the matter. 
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