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#ENDSARS: List of Places Looted And Vandalized in Cross Rivers by Residents

As the #ENDSARS protest took a standstill following an alleged hijacking of the campaign by suspected hoodlums, there is a new normal in town.

The past few days have witnessed the invading of warehouses storing COVID-19 palliatives by residents in major cities across the country.

While the major target has been warehouses where food items are stored, public and private properties have also been vandalized in thr process.

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According to a Facebook post by Vera Dominic, below is a list of places either looted or vandalized by residents between 23 – 24 October, 2020.

1. Cross River State Property Investment Limited, CROSPIL office, Bishop Moynagh Avenue, State Housing Estate – Looted on Friday, October 23

2. Independence National Electoral Commission, INEC office, Marian Road, burnt down on Friday, October 23.

3. Commercial Transport Regulatory Agency, CTRA office (100 Marian), Marian Road – vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

4. Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR – vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

5. Atakpa Police Station, Watt Market – burnt down on Saturday, October 24.

6. Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC office, Murtala Mohammed Highway – vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

7. Calabar Discount Mall (harbouring Valuemat Supermarket and other stores), Ndidem Usang Iso Road, Marian – looted and vandalised on Friday, October 23.

8. Ministry of Works warehouse, Ekorinim II – looted and burnt down on Friday, October 23.

9. Cross River State Roll back Malaria centre, Barracks Road -looted and vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

10. Bulavaard joint owned by APC chieftain, Ntufam Hillard Ettah, Etta Agbor – looted and vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

11. First Bank, 8 Miles – vandalised on Friday, October 23.

12. West African Examination Council, WAEC office, Murtala Mohammed Highway – burnt down on Saturday, October 24.

13. Federal Psychiatric hospital, Calabar Road – looted and vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

14. Access Bank, Mayne Avenue -vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

15. Senator Victor Ndoma Egba’s House, Asari Eso – looted and burnt down on Saturday, October 24.

16. Senator Gershom Bassey’s House, Asari Eso – looted vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

17. Cross River Garment Factory, Goodluck Jonathan bypass – looted on Saturday, October 24.

18. Ayade Fuelling Station, Murtala Mohammed Highway – looted and set ablaze on Saturday, October 24.

19. Senator Gershom Bassey’s House, Mayne Avenue by White House – looted and burnt down on Saturday, October 24.

21. National Identity Management Commission, NIMC office, Murtala Mohammed Highway – set on fire on Saturday, October 24.

22. National Television Authority, NTA, Murtala Mohammed Highway – vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

23. University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, UCTH, Etta Agbor – looted on Saturday, October 24.

24. Cross River Agric Development Project, IBB way opposite Margaret Ekpo International Airport – looted on Friday, October 23.

25. IDH Hospital, Chamley area – looted and vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

26. Empowerment warehouse, Henshaw Town – looted and vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

27. University of Calabar, UNICAL Publishing Center, Etta Agbor – looted and vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

28. UNICAL Microfinance Bank, Etta Agbor – looted and vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

29. UNICAL Main Library – vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

30. Most Banks and Shops/Transport Companies, Ettah Agbor – vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

31. Lafarge (former UNICEM) Trucks loaded with cement along Atimbo Road – hijacked on Saturday, October 24.

32. Ibedmore Phone Shops, Calabar Road – set on fire on Saturday, October 24.

33. Calabar Mall (harbouring SPAR Supermarket and other stores), Cultural Centre – vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

34. Cold Stone Store and Domino’s Pizza, Ndidem Usang Iso Road, Marian – looted and vandalised on Friday, October 23.

35. Shops in Watt Market, Watt – looted, vandalised and some set on fire on Saturday, October 24.

36. Carnival Calabar Treasury House (speakers, lighting, stage, carpets, mics, amplifiers, etc) – looted on Saturday, October 24.

37. Mbukpa Police Station, Mbukpa – burnt down on Saturday, October 24.

38. Calabar Municipality and Calabar South Area Councils – looted and vandalised on Friday, October 23.

39. First Bank, Highway by Ekorinim – vandalised on Saturday, October
24.

40. H20 Calabar, Mary Slessor by UNICAL Main Gate – looted and vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

41. Accountant General Office – vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

42. All Progressives Congress, APC office, Marian Road – vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

43. Nigerian Chronicles Newspapers office, Barracks Road – burnt down on Friday, October 23.

44. World Health Organisation, WHO and Cross River State Health Insurance Scheme (AyadeCare) offices, Barracks Road – looted and vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

45. Government Secondary School, Henshaw Town – vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

46.Peace Mass Transport, PMT Park, Etta Agbor – looted and vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

47. Spark Shop Calabar – looted and vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

48. Eco Bank, Mary Slessor Avenue – vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

49. UDEC Phone Shop, opposite UNICAL, Etta Agbor – looted and vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

50. Pensioners Office, Asita Ita Street – vandalised on Saturday, October 24.

51. Cross River State Water Board Limited (CRSWBL) Residences, Ndidem Usang Isong Road, Marian – looted and vandalised – on Saturday, October 24.

52. Hon. Eta Mbora’s apartments and properties on IBB and Mekenge looted and destroyed.

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