Mother-Of-Two On Her Way to Promotional Interview Killed In Akwa Ibom (PHOTOS)


A Nigerian woman has been killed while on her way to a promotional interview in Akwa Ibom state due to the carelessnes of the Akwa Ibom State motor task force personnels who have turned themselves into miscreants while allegedly dragging car steering with a driver. Popular Nollywood Director, Moses Eknor shared the sad story on social media writing: “No! No! No! No! NOT Again! I just can’t believe it, Is it true that my dear Sister Anwanabasi Enang has been murdered today by members of Akwa Ibom State Motto tax force (or whatever name they call them)? Is it true that those touts employed by the ministry of Transport drag a car steering with a stupid driver not minding the plight of the passengers in the car? If a driver (who is equally a tout) try to escape must the ministry of Transport (touts) staff drag the car steering? Now that my sister Anwanabasi Eshiet (an innocent passenger in that car) is killed by these idiots employed by the ministry of Transport in the process of enforcing the ministry rules will the ministry right the wrong? Image result for Mother-Of-Two On Her Way to Promotional Interview Killed In Akwa Ibom Anwangabasi will not die in vain! All the touts in that ministry that caused her death and their employers must pay damages! Anwangabasi has two lovely children and a helpless husband. Anwangabasi has suffered for the State government, she worked with the ministry of Local Government at Eket, she came to Uyo today for a promotional interview leaving her two children at home. The touts and the ministry that employed them must pay damages or we will go to court! This woman cannot die in vain. Please I call on the State Governor to intervene in this and caution the Ministry of Transport and their employed touts in uniform to stop more deaths on Akwa Ibom Roads!!! I BEG ALL MY FRIENDS AND SYMPATHIZERS TO SHARE THIS POST UNTIL GOVERNOR UDOM EMMANUEL SEES IT.” Tori To Receive Free News Updates, Add To Your WhatsApp: 08033857245; For Adverts Enquiries, Call 08083609209, To Publish Your Articles Or News Stories, Email ]]>