Policemen rescued two persons and killed one suspected kidnapper in Ogun state.
By kefason | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
The issue of kidnappers in Nigeria is getting worse everyday. We keep recording cases of kidnappers in the country and yet no remedy.
This call for alert to all citizens of the country.
Just in newsmen disclosed that the Ogun state police command killed one suspected kidnapper and rescued two people. The incident happened along Sagamu Ijebu Ode road. From the attacked, two victims including a female youth Corps were rescued.
According to newsmen, "the Corps female member by name Okoroji Agnes was doing her primary assignment at the federal government girls college Sagamu. And the other victim was identified as Tawa Sosanwo."
The policemen went down to the bush in search of the kidnappers. And the kidnappers opened fire on the policemen.
Report also has it that, later the suspected kidnapper appeared on the roadside, jumped out and ran into the bus and abandoned their car. And policemen ambushed and Killed one of them while others escaped.
Friends, let's continue to pray for our country Nigeria for God to arrest all the terrorists in the country.
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