According to a news that was published by Tribune Online this morning, it was alleged that a POS operator in Ibadan has been kidnapped by some unknown kidnappers, who abducted him immediately he withdrew money for his POS business.
According to the information that was gotten, it was alleged that the victim, whose name was given as Abiodun Obafaye was abducted at the Iwo Road area of Ibadan on Tuesday around 4:30pm in the evening and after he was abducted, the kidnappers called his wife and demanded for five million as ransom to set her husband free from them.
Further information that was given by the man's wife, whose name was given as Temitayo Obafaye revealed it that, the victim was kidnapped under the Iwo Road bridge by some armed men and drove him an unknown location after he went to withdraw money for his POS business. Temitayo said that when the kidnappers called her, they told her to pay N5M as ransom and that, she should pay the money inside her husband's personal account, where they will subsequently withdraw it and set him free, as it was alleged that her husband was kidnapped along with his POS machine.
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