Insecurity challenges have been the major concern for not only our political leaders but for Nigerians who want the best for the country. Over the past years, bandits have continued to terrorize innocent people in the country.
Their actions have caused the masses to not only lose either their friends or loved ones but have forced them to live in constant fear over impromptu attacks. In the last few months, it has become widespread of the terror unleashed by bandits; killings, kidnappings, and burning of homes.
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According to Sahara Reporters who posted it on their verified social media page, the gunmen waylaid the three workers at Obasanjo Holdings, owned by the former president, in Kobape in the Obafemi-Owode Local Government Area of the state. The incident occurred on Wednesday where they were abducted around 4pm at Seseri village after their Hilux car was shot at by the gunmen, who took them away.
According to the report, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, who is the State Public Relation Officer that confirmed the incident who stated that the incident happened around 6pm on Wednesday, adding that there is Obasanjo Farm around the area in Kobape.
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