Insecurity in Nigeria has been a major plaque in the teeth of the nation's citizens. Bandits and abduction seem to be having a free ride by the day.
It was on Sunday, March 14, that the news about two female students of the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye in Ogun State, hit the rounds and their abductors were alleged gunmen. Today they have regained their freedom.
The names of the two ladies are Adeyemo Precious and Oyefule Abiola, of the departments of Forestry and Wildlife Management and Agricultural Economics respectively, and it was alleged that the kidnapping took place right in front of their hostels on Sunday night
The ransom demanded by the gunmen was 50 million naira, as at the time of the kidnapping. The good news is that they have been released, and this is all thanks to the men of the Ogun state police command who have secured their release from captivity.
According to a Twitter post made by YabaLeftOnline media, the video was posted this morning and the two women were seen shedding years of joy. Click HERE to watch the video
(Screenshot of the comments on Twitter)
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