Some homes belonging to suspected kidnappers located in the Calabar municipal area of Cross River State have been demolished.
The homes were demolished by Cross River State government officials Thursday in various locations.
Suspected kidnappers whose homes were demolished included Nse Nse Otu, 31, popularly known as the Lion.
His house is located at 31 Akim Road, near the University of Calabar.
The other belonged to Louis Bassey, whose apartment is located along popular Marian Road were both bulldozed under the watchful eye of the anti-kidnapping unit of the State Police Command. Cross River.
The two were arrested alongside four others for the kidnapping of an Ekwele Ignatius Agube, the wife of judge Ignatius Agube, and the murder of his aide in July.
Other people arrested along with the two kidnappers were Christopher Effa Eyo, 28, Bassey Effiong, 30, Etim Effiong, 30.
Alfred Mboto, the permanent secretary, the state security adviser warned that anyone arrested for kidnapping, bigotry and drug offenses would have their property demolished, except that “the person lives in a family house or an apartment. rented”.
He said the state has zero tolerance for criminal activity and warned that all those arrested for kidnapping Judge Agube’s wife are expected to appear in court shortly.