Kidnappers Release Victim After Collecting Undisclosed Amount in Iseyin
Kidnappers Release Victim After Collecting Undisclosed Amount In Iseyin By Fadilat Aminuallah The kidnappers of a phone store owner in…
Adeyemi was said to be living with his parents at Shabab area of Sawmill in Iseyin before his disappearance on Saturday but The Chronicler Newspaper could not ascertain whether he got to his destination or was abducted along the way.
Mr Segun Adegoke, the Special Adviser to the Government on Migration and Homeland Security made the disclosure on Tuesday in Ibadan during a courtesy visit to Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Oyo State Council.
Adeshina left his parents’ house at Orewa Compound, Agip area, Iseyin on Saturday 11th February for his HND final clearance at his school in Ibadan for preparation for possible deployment for the 2023 National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme, his colleagues and friends at the campus told his parents that he did not get to the school since then.
The Chronicler Newspaper was reliably informed by security sources that the expatriates were on their way to their farm, situated along Iganna, Iwajowa local government when the kidnappers in Army camouflage, trooped out of the forest and started shooting at the vehicle.
Sikirullahi, according to Pa Hamzat was rescued by the Amotekun personnel of the Afijio local government that have been on the trail of the abductors since they were called by their Iseyin counterparts.
According to security source, the case was the second of such at the Serafu village in the last one month as a friend to a farm owner close to the village was also snatched in early December and the sum of two million naira ransom was paid before his release.
Riding in trucks fitted with machineguns, the fighters, suspected to be members of the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP), stormed the town of Malam Fatori, in Abadam district, late Friday and early Saturday, they said.