Notorious Kidnap Kingpin Killed And 32 Kidnapped Victims Rescued By Soldiers
By Continental | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 11 views
It has been reported that troops of Operation WHIRL STROKE have reportedly killed a notorious kidnap kingpin identified as Zwa Ikyegh in Tomayin village in Logo local government of Benue state.
According to the Major Gen. John Enenche, the Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, in a statement, stated that about 32 kidnapped victims we rescued by the gallant soldiers.
Further speaking, Enenche, said the troops carried out the raid on Thursday, as other kidnappers escaped with gunshot wounds.
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Benue State have been battling with security challenges for long, ranging from Fulani herders to kidnappers, destroying lives and properties worth millions.
The governor Dr Samuel Ortom has made Frantic efforts to put a stop to this killings by introducing the anti open grazing law in the state, to enable farmers have good harvest and stop Fulani invasion on their farmlands.
The federal government, need to do more to put a stop to the issue of kidnapping and other security challenges faced by the public to foster development.
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