Man Calls Out Singer Duncan Mighty Over Assault
A man identified as Okabam John has accused singer Duncan Mighty of breaking his head with a traditional staff also known as elephant tusk in Port Harcourt.
The incident which happened on the 21st of November, 2020 left John who was covered in blood in shock as he narrated after leaving the hospital.
According to John, Duncan Mighty drove off after inflicting the injury on him and he’s calling on justice to be done to the case.
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This is Mr. OKABAM JOHN a native of Elele town in Ikwerre LGA of Rivers State, he’s currently employed by JULIUS BERGER NIG.PLC in Port Harcourt and his service engagement is within Judges quarters elelenwo-street, GRA Port Harcourt.
According to Mr. OKABA,M JOHN a Water-tank driver with Julius Berger, Tanker number – B8751, On Saturday 21st of November 2020 at 9:40 am while he was on duty. A private car was parked close to his water filling spot, he tried notifying the driver who refused to wine down, he bent his head to talk with the driver surprisingly, it was Duncan mighty.
Before he could explain, his head was struck by Duncan mighty using a traditional staff(Elephant tusk), the second strike was blocked with his hand. He(Okabam John) didn’t see how the artist drove off because blood covered his eyes at that moment.
Mr. Okabam John narrated this incident after being discharged from the hospital.
Duncan doesn’t show up when he’s publicly needed, rather he uses his VIP influence to undo his people. Celebrities should be celebrated by their positivity, their influence shouldn’t pose danger to the society rather it should serve as liberation to the pre.
Mr. OKABAM JOHN is calling on the management of Julius Berger, Security Agents and Human Rights Organisations for justice to be done in his case, to avoid reoccurrence.
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