Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Tag: Kidnapping

Arrest kidnappers of Igbo traders, Obong of Calabar tells police

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The Obong of Calabar, Ekpo Abasi-Otu V, on Saturday urged the Police in Cross River State to assist in finding those behind the kidnapping...

Imo govt demolishes houses owned by suspected kidnappers

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The Imo State government has demolished buildings said to be owned by suspected kidnappers in Ohoba community in Ohaji Egbema Local Government Area of...

Abia govt faults Sen Akpabio’s claim on kidnapping

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Abia State government has attacked the Senate Minority Leader and former Governor of Akwa Ibom State, Chief Godswill Akpabio, over a statement credited to...

Aba: Soldiers kill 2 suspected kidnappers, rescue 2 victims

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Soldiers of the 144 Battalion of the Nigerian Army, Asa, Abia State have killed two alleged kidnappers, who operated in the commercial city of...

Police confirm release of auditor abducted in Enugu

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Enugu State Police Command has confirmed the release of Stephen Ogbobe, who was allegedly abducted by suspected Fulani herdsmen on Saturday along Nsukka/Adani road. Ebere...

In Enugu Fulani herdsmen abduct auditor, demand N5m ransom

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Tension has pervaded Uzo-Uwani local government area of Enugu state, following the abduction of an Enugu state auditor over the weekend by Fulani herdsmen...

Abia demolishes four buildings used for kidnapping

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Four buildings belonging to a suspected kidnapper at Etitiama Nkporo, the home state of the Deputy Governor of Abia State, Hon. Ude Oko Chukwu,...

Police smash kidnap, robbery syndicates in Enugu

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The Enugu State Police Command has smashed what it called notorious robbery and kidnap syndicates operating within the Enugu metropolis and other parts of...

Army garrison bursts kidnapping syndicate in Abia

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The Nigerian Army’s 14 Brigade Garrison based in Ohafia, has burst a notorious kidnap syndicate in Abia State and in the process, rescued a...

In Imo, gunmen abduct Channels TV reporter, demand N15m ransom

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Gunmen on Monday in Owerri, the Imo State capital, abducted a Channels Television correspondent, Temitope Kuteyi, and demanded N15 million ransom to free him. Kuteyi...