It have been reported that a young boy identified as Gbolahan Ajibola in Obada-Odo, Ewekoro Local Government Area of Ogun State was abducted by unknown gunmen on Saturday, April10.
According to reports from PUNCH, the 13-year-old boy was kidnapped by unknown gunmen who were about six in numbers, who invaded his residence at Destiny Estate Community Association in Obada-Oko at about 9:15 pm, and moved away with the young lad after shooting Sporadically in the air.
It was gathered that Ajibola was returning from the church with his mum and grandmother when the incident happened. It was at the point of opening the gate that the kidnappers who were hiding inside the bush came out, wasted some bullets in the air, took Ajibola away leaving his mum and grandmother behind.
According to PUNCH, the family was contacted by the kidnappers who demanded a whooping sum of 50 million Naira as ransom before Ajibola will be set free.
The Police Public Relations Officer of the state, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, confirmed the incident on Sunday, April 11, as noted that the Police will find all means possible to ensure that Ajibola is freed.
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