Again Kidnappers Strike In Kogi, Take wife, son of late Edo Former Speaker Captive

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Again Kidnappers Strike, Take wife, son of late Edo former Speaker Captive

Kidnappers have again struck along Irepeni, Lokoja Okene Road and kidnapped late Zakawanu Garuba’s Wife and son. Late Zakawanu was Former Speaker Edo State House of Assembly, died yesterday.

His wife and son who were traveling from Abuja to Auchi were kidnapped, while the kidnappers left the aged mother of the Lawmaker in the car because of her frailty.

The Kogi State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Ayah William confirmed the kidnapped of the persons, said following the information, police swung into action and rescued three persons.

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He was however not too sure with the names of those rescued by the Police amongst those kidnapped whether the wife and son of the Edo Former Speaker were amongst those rescued.


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One thought on “Again Kidnappers Strike In Kogi, Take wife, son of late Edo Former Speaker Captive

  1. Obamina Moore

    I was at the scene of that operation, we quickly turned back our car. We were coming from Ilorin for a burial ceremony.

    Let no one give credit to police on this because I was there.

    Same police were trying to stop us half a kilometer away from the scene of crime.

    How can operation be going on and you still want to stop those that gracefully escaped from the scene of operation?

    It doesn’t make sense at all.

    I felt the tears of that old woman asking us to help but we were as harmless as dove. What help could we possibly have done than to call the police.

    Maybe police came after the operation, counted those Lookers that were not direct victims of the operation or those that were trying to drive slowly away from the scene as those they rescued.

    What stop the police from saying they rescued Mr A from akure who was traveling to kwara?

    May God help us anyway!

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