IPC Frowns At The Murder Of Calabar OAP, Calls For Inquiry
David Ekanem, the International Press Centre, IPC, Lagos has frowned at the killing of David Ekanem otherwise known as ‘Itiat Zion’, a staff at FAD FM, in Calabar, Cross River State.
The IPC said that the killing of newsmen and media workers is getting out of hand thus, media professionals have become vulnerable in the country. Information Guide Nigeria
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The late Ekanem, who was the Efik language programme presenter for FAD FM, was said to have been stabbed and left to die by hoodlums. DAILY POSTS reports.
The killing of the deceased OAP was carried out close to a known hotel on the Murtala Mohammed highway on November 6, 2021. jamb results
In a statement by Mr Lanre Arogundade, the Executive Director of IPC said: “It is of serious concern that yet another journalist has been killed highlighting the fact that journalists and other media professionals continue to be endangered species in Nigeria as we stated on November 2 while marking the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists.”
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