Calabar: How Kiss Daniel Escaped Death on Christmas Day

Calabar: How Kiss Daniel Escaped Death on Christmas Day

Robbers Attack KISS DANIEL On Stage.

It was Chaos in Calabar as Robbers Attacked the Christmas Village on Christmas Day while Kiss Daniel Was On Stage Performing at the ongoing Calabar Carnival 2016. See What Happened below.

The Ongoing Calabar Carnival has witnessed a First as Robbers Attack the Popular Christmas Village of the Cross Rivers Capital on Christmas Day.

Robbers Attack KISS DANIEL On Stage

Kiss Daniel

A popular musician, Kiss Daniel, was on the stage performing when the robbers struck. shooting severally into the air.

The Christmas Village, which is located in the Calabar Municipal Council grounds, witnessed panic as several injured persons were taken to the hospital. It could not be confirmed if anyone was killed.

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 People usually pay rent to the state government to operate shops in the village for the one-month (December 1-December 31) end of year activities. The incident occurred just before midnight while the artiste was performing.

Below is an Eye Witness Account from, Akpan, A Food vendor at the Village:

“I was wounded. Some boys came into the village and tried to rob that guy, who sings “Oya talk to me o Mama” (Kiss Daniel), while he was performing. They threw bottles and other dangerous objects at him. They later brought out guns and began to shoot sporadically.

The robbers attacked him and removed his clothes. They would have killed him. I don’t know how he survived that night.

“There were thousands of people in the Christmas Village and the situation caused pandemonium. They broke everything in my shop. They carried all my money and robbed many shops. Our chairs were broken. Everybody ran helter-skelter.

“Cars were smashed. They broke some cars to steal from them. At a point, the lights went off and I thought I was going to die. There were missing children and parents and kids ran in different directions.”

She continued: “After the incident, we were too afraid to go back to our shops and we had to sleep at a tent located inside the council. Someone collected N500 from each person to spend the night there. We slept on bare floor.

“Someone even stole my pot of melon soup, which was on fire. This is the first time such a thing would happen since the beginning of the Christmas festival. I am not sure I will come next year.”

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