The notorious kidnappers arrested by Nigerian Army troops and the rescued victims
By HolyReligion | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1579 views
The Nigerian Army troops of Operation Whirl Stroke has recorded another major success yesterday in it current outgoing war against criminal elements in the North Central Region of the country.
Before the successful attack, it was made known on the National Defence's website that troops swung into action after receiving a credible Intel about the activities of some criminal elements making use of the General area, located in Igbom village, Nenzev council ward of Logo Local Government, Benue State.
The Nigerian Army troops exchanged fire with the bandits and killed one of them while the others fled into the forest with gun shot wounds.
After the operation, 32 victims of the kidnappers who have been with them for more than a month were set free by the troops.
In another operation carried out by the troops of sector 2, two suspects kidnap suspects, Mr Sealemun and Mr Orduem, were arrested in Austoma, Mbanema council ward in Ukum Local Government area of Katsina state, after they received a distress call.
It was alleged that the kidnappers have successfully kidnapped a man before they met their waterloo.
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