Report gathered the the 3 victims that were killed by unknown gunmen are business woman and 2 nine years old cousin.
According to HumAngle news, it was reported that the business women, Alhaj Serifat Adisa was killed by this unknown gunmen, who forcefully drag her out in a vehicle at filling station, when they want to fuel their vehicle tank at Igboora/Idere road.
In the middle of this ugly incident at filling station which is own by Adisa, the unknown gunmen started shooting into the air añd in the process of this gun fire, they killed 2 nine years old boys.
This two boys were in a motor cycle at the filling station with their mother a present in the vehicle with them when the ugly incident happened.
The second incident involved the abduction of one Dr. Akinyele who was on duty at his hospital in Tapa, Ibarapa North Local Government Area.
The two incidents were confirmed by Joe Nwachukwu, the Commissioner of Police in Oyo State, in a statement made available to newsmen by Olugbenga Fadeyi, the Police Public Relations Officer.
Nwachukwu made it known that some suspects have been arrested in connection with the incident at Idere town.
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