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As Police Arrest 2 Kidnappers In Rivers State, What They Found In Their Den Will Suprise You

The rate at which social menace increases by the day is something to ponder on, despite swift action and campaigns made against all form of cruelty and societal ills, there seems to not have yield any significant changes. We are responsible for our neighbors, even though it is the constitutional duty of the government, but the fact that government can't be everywhere to protect everyone should be taken cognizance of and fight against kidnapping, rape, murder and other demeaning deeds should be propagated by the populace first as a safety measures and see how it yields.

In bringing crimes to a stop in our society, the Anti-Kidnapping Unit of the Nigerian police in Rivers State, on Tuesday, had reportedly arrested two suspected notorious kidnappers, Identified as one Osundu Uchendu, 25 and Amebulem Amos, 23, in a sting operation. In their possession was recovered, a vehicle belonging to the victim, who was identified as Ereba Dinabari and a decomposing body of the victim, whom the suspects had abducted and demanded N1m ransom which was met. But unfortunately, the kidnapped victim was never released as agreed.

On apprehending these dangerous kidnappers, the state Police Public Relations Officer, Nnamdi Omoni, released a statement, where he stated that the suspects had confessed to the crime and took operatives of the force to a forest in the Alesa community, Eleme Local Government Area of the state, where the victim’s decomposing remains was found tied to a tree. According to reports the victim was allegedly kidnapped on Friday, May 5, 2020, at Woji, Port Harcourt by the suspects.

“The Commander of Anti-Kidnapping Unit on Tuesday, July 14, 2020, led operatives to storm Alesa in the Eleme LGA, where two suspects, Osundu Uchendu, 25, and Amebulem Amos, 23, were arrested. Their confession led the operatives to a forest at Alesa in the Eleme LGA, where the victim’s decomposing body was found tied to a tree. After which they confessed to carry out a series of kidnappings within the locals." As stated by PRO Nnamdi omoni in his report of the incident.

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