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Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Kidnappers of Kogi Poly Student Demands N10m Ransom


Kidnappers of Miss Adetutu Adebanjo, an understudy of the Kogi State Polytechnic, have requested for a N10 million payment for her release. 

An announcement by the National Association of Kogi Students (NAKOSS) on Monday said that Adetutu, a HND 1 understudy was captured on Friday at Itakpe intersection, on Lokoja-Okene street. 

It revealed that she was setting out to Ogun State in a business transport when the abductors halted the vehicle at gunpoint and kidnapped her. 

Mr Salihu Lukman, NAKOSS Director of Student Affairs who marked the announcement, said that the abductors had diminished the payment to N500,000 after transactions. 

"As I address you, arrangements are still on going. Today makes it the fourth day now and the poor mother of Adetutu who happens to be a dowager can't manage the cost of the payment. 

"We are begging the administration and the general population to go to the guide of this poor understudy with the goal that we can secure her discharge," the announcement said. 

While affirming the episode, the Public Relation Officer of the state police charge, ASP William Aya said that the police was striving to protect the understudy. 

Aya said that the charge had just conveyed an extraordinary squad which was on the trail of the criminals. 

He, in any case, said that he didn't know about the interest for a N10 million payment by the abductors.
Abductors of Miss Adetutu Adebanjo, a student of the Kogi State Polytechnic, have demanded for a N10 million ransom for her release.

A statement by the National Association of Kogi Students (NAKOSS) on Monday said that Adetutu, a HND 1 student was kidnapped on Friday at Itakpe junction, on Lokoja-Okene road.

 According to PMnews,It disclosed that she was travelling to Ogun State in a commercial bus when the abductors stopped the vehicle at gunpoint and abducted her.

Mr Salihu Lukman, NAKOSS Director of Student Affairs who signed the statement, said that the abductors had reduced the ransom to N500,000 after negotiations.

“As I speak to you, negotiations are still on going. Today makes it the 4th day now and the poor mother of Adetutu who happens to be a widow can’t afford the ransom.

“We are pleading with the government and the public to come to the aid of this poor student so that we can secure her release,” the statement said.

While confirming the incident, the Public Relation Officer of the state police command, ASP William Aya said that the police was working hard to rescue the student.

Aya said that the command had already deployed a special squad which was on the trail of the kidnappers.

He, however, said that he was not aware of the demand for a N10 million ransom by the abductors.

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