Shocking! UNICAL Bursar, Protocol Officer Invited And Detained In DSS Custody For Allegedly Planning To Kidnap VC’s Wife

Two officials of the University of Calabar, have been detained in DSS custody for allegedly hatching a plot to kidnap the wife and daughter of the Vice Chancellor, Professor Zana Akpagu.

The two officials involved are said to be both the bursar, Mrs. Beatrice Igwe and the protocol officer of the institution.

It It was gathered that the duo have been hatching the plot for a while now and have sent several threat messages to Mrs. Akpagu through one ‘fake prophet’.

This was then reported to the DSS who traced the lines and eventually invited the duo to their office for questioning.

CrossRiverWatch learnt that they were sent invitations on Wednesday, reported on Thursday and were detained after questioning.

Sources in the DSS say their answers to the questions led to their detention.
As at the time of filing this report, CrossRiverWatch confirmed that they were still held at the DSS facility in Calabar.

Another security source familiar with details of the matter also told CrossRiverWatch that from the chain of communication, “It appears the Bursar’s husband may also be directly connected to the alleged plot.”

The Vice Chancellor, Professor Akpagu has also confirmed to CrossRiverWatch that the duo had been invited by the DSS and also acknowledged that his wife has been receiving threat messages.

Professor Akpagu is said to have been instrumental in the appointment of Mrs. Igwe who took over from Atim Mensah who was in acting capacity following the suspension and subsequent sacking of ex bursar, Mr. Peter Agi.

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Source – Crossriverwatch

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  1. Really that a nice thing to do I love the action they took (police men) but government should endeavor to pay their workers well so that they will desist from such act.
    quiz no 30

  2. People’s heart this days are evil o.

  3. ojimba ogochukwu o.

    spiritual battle: let’s find out y such act from him. 70

  4. Iloegbunem Emily Ebele

    Hmmm..evil people
    quiz no:15

  5. Ataka Fortunatus Tobenna

    Nawa oo People’s heart this days are evil.
    Quiz no 90

  6. my God have mercy in Jesus name.quiz no”: 124

  7. Ezefunamba Chinaza deborah

    Wickedness, people go dey misbehave anyhow

    Quiz no:86

  8. Quizno:100
    The bursar and the protocol officer got what they deserved

  9. Thank God they were caught
    Let’s endeavour to be security conscious
    Quiz no 101

  10. very good I love that decision. is OK 122 group 15

  11. Two officials of the University of Calabar, have been detained in DSS custody for allegedly hatching a plot to kidnap the wife and daughter of the Vice Chancellor, Professor Zana Akpagu.
    The two officials involved are said to be both the bursar, Mrs. Beatrice Igwe and the protocol officer of the institution.
    It It was gathered that the duo have been hatching the plot for a while now and have sent several threat messages to Mrs. Akpagu through one ‘fake prophet’.
    This was then reported to the DSS who traced the lines and eventually invited the duo to their office for questioning.
    CrossRiverWatch learnt that they were sent invitations on Wednesday, reported on Thursday and were detained after questioning.
    Sources in the DSS say their answers to the questions led to their detention.
    As at the time of filing this report, CrossRiverWatch confirmed that they were still held at the DSS facility in Calabar.
    Another security source familiar with details of the matter also told CrossRiverWatch that from the chain of communication, “It appears the Bursar’s husband may also be directly connected to the alleged plot.”
    The Vice Chancellor, Professor Akpagu has also confirmed to CrossRiverWatch that the duo had been invited by the DSS and also acknowledged that his wife has been receiving threat messages.
    Professor Akpagu is said to have been instrumental in the appointment of Mrs. Igwe who took over from Atim Mensah who was in acting capacity following the suspension and subsequent sacking of ex bursar, Mr. Peter Agi.
    Source – Crossriverwatch 122 group 15 descriptive title

  12. haba… That’s serves him best

  13. thankGod for justice (74)

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