This is contained in a statement released in Calabar on Friday by Captain Oluwatope Dorcas-Aluko, Deputy Director of Army Public Relations, 13th Brigade, Calabar.
“The exercise is a routine military exercise aimed at detonating obsolete explosives.
“Members of the Ikot Effangha, Ikot Ansa and Lemna communities are advised to stay out of the course area during the exercise.
“The general public is also urged not to panic over the noise of the explosives but to go about their legal daily activities,” she said.
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