Unknown Shooters Abducts Two Pastors and Lecturer in Kogi State Welcome to CeeJayInfo

Friday, 27 July 2018

Unknown Shooters Abducts Two Pastors and Lecturer in Kogi State

Unknown shooters have abducted two pastors and a lecturer on the Adavi-Okene and Kabba hub of Kogi State.
According to reports, it was learnt that Reverend Father Leo Michael, who is the minister of Saint Micheal Catholic Church Obajana and a yet to be recognized minister were snatched on Tuesday evening at Irepeni town in Adavi neighborhood government territory of Kogi State.
Additionally snatched is one Aronimu Babatunde Samuel, a lecturer with the Kogi State College of Education (Technical), Kabba, while going along the Kabba-Okene street.
As indicated by Bishop Peter Adinoyi, the Diocessan Chancellor of Lokoja Diocese, the abductors originated from the shrubbery close Irepeni town and commandingly seized Rev Leo Micheal and one other individual accepted to be a minister with RCCG and fled into the bramble leaving the two vehicles stopped along the street.
The Bishop expressed that the abductors have built up contacts with a few individuals from the Church, including that they (abductors) requested for N50 million payoff at first yet later conveyed it down to N8 million.
Whenever reached, the Police Public Relations Officer in Kogi State, William Aya affirmed the kidnapping of the Reverend Father yet said he didn't know about the snatching of the other minister and instructor.
He said the police are on the trail of the abductors to guarantee safe arrival of the Rev father.

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