The intelligence operative agency, anti kidnapping squad has finally arrested a notorious kidnapping gang following the investigation of the death of a victim
According the report the victim was identified as Mr Dinadari Ereba.
According to report Mr Ereba was abducted on 15 May in Port Harcourt, which the kidnappers demanded the ransom of 1million Naira, report gathered the ransom was paid, but there was a disagreement between the gang leader and his member's, which was narrate by one of the arrested suspects, he says their gang leader lied to them after he had collected the ransom money from the victim family, but he didn't tell them, they kept Mr Ereba in the forest for four days and later hung him up on the tree in the forest of Alesa Eleme LGA, until his last breath. The arrested suspects are identified as Uchendu Osundu, age is 25 and Amos Amebulem, they were both raided yesterday and arrested at thier hideout forest in port Harcourt, the operative found the decomposing body of Mr Ereba hung on a tree while the skull was on the floor, the suspected criminals were interrogated and confessed to many crimes they had carried out in the forest. thank God they were arrested.
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