Kidnapped soldier and teacher regain freedom in Ibadan
Oyo State Police Command said Friday that three women abducted by militants in Onip on the Ibadan / Ijebu-Ode road have regained their freedom.
This was stated by the police officer in charge of public relations Adewale Osifeso in a statement circulated by our correspondent on Friday.
He said the victims abducted on Monday were released as a result of pressure on the criminals, who combed their hiding places with police, hunters and vigilantes.
The statement reads: “The Oyo State Police Command, led by CP Ngozi Onadeko psc, mnim, fdc, has made another outstanding achievement in the fight against crime.
“Today, Friday, April 16, 2021, at about 9:00 am, three (3) were kidnapped, i.e. (1) Adebayo Abosede “F” (2) Ogunrind “F” and (3) Okeovo Teresa “F” who were abducted on April 12, 2021 in Onipa, a suburb along the Ijebu-ode / Idi-Ayunre axis of the local government of Oluyole … area, Oyo State regained its freedom.
“Their release was the result of significant pressure and information from the police, as well as the effective use of hunters and vigilantes who, under police supervision, searched the suspicious location for abductees before fixing the breakthrough.”
“The Police Commissioner is using this vehicle to urge the good people of the state to resist providing accurate and timely information to the police in order to effectively carry out their duties, while promising to continue to fulfill the mandate to protect lives. and property “.
Source: – Punch Ng