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Corper and one other rescued as Ogun police officers and kidnappers clash

A serving individual from the National Youth Service Corps, Agnes Okoroji, who is joined to the Federal Girls College, Sagamu, Ogun State, and one Tawa Sosanwo, were on Wednesday saved from the nook of ruffians by police officers. 

One of the presumed ruffians was shot dead, while the others got away through a close by shrub on the Sagamu-Ijebu Ode Road. 

The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Abimbola Oyeyemi, affirmed this in an announcement. 

Oyeyemi said the two casualties were snatched by the criminals at different areas and were being taken to an obscure goal before police captured them out and about. 

He clarified that a firearm duel followed between the ruffians and the police officers drove by the Divisional Police Officer, Sagamu, SP Okiki Agunbiade. 

He said the episode happened when the police officers were on routine watch and located a Toyota Sienna with number plate MUS 86 FN. 

Oyeyemi included that the police group saw that a few travelers in the vehicle seemed dubious and this incited them to wave to the vehicle. 

As per him, rather than the driver to stop, he dashed off toward the Ijebu-Ode Road and the DPO requested his men to pursue them. 

Oyeyemi expressed, "Having understood that they were being sought after, the men in the vehicle began terminating at the police officers while progressing, and the police officers terminated back. 

"The speculates later bounced down, surrendered the vehicle and ran into the shrubbery, while the police officers pursued them and shot one of them dead, while the others got away with gunfire wounds." 

Oyeyemi included, "The police group saved an adolescent corps part recognized as Agnes Okoroji, joined to the Federal Girls College, Sagamu, and one Tawa Sosanwo.

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