According to a report published by PUNCH, a driver identified as Ahmed Adepoju, has narrated his experience in the den of kidnappers after he was kidnapped on the 5th of March 2021, on Long Bridge along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.
Ahmed said he was on his way to Berger when his vehicle stopped on the Long Bridge.
He said he tried to check it out to know what's wrong with it, when eight armed men came out from their hiding place and ambushed him and his passengers. According to him, his passengers fled and escaped but the kidnappers had already got hold of him.
Ahmed also advised people living in lagos to always be careful while walking in a lonely place at night as kidnappers are now in lagos.
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