Police rescue four kidnapped Turkish expatriates in Kwara

The four Turkish expatriates who were kidnapped by gunmen in Gbale, Edu Local Government Area of Kwara, have been rescued by the police.

The victims had spent six days with their abductors before a police team secured their release on Friday evening from the hide out of the kidnappers at Gbugbu community in the state.
Addressing newsmen at the police headquarters in Ilorin, the state Commissioner of Police, Mr Kayode Egbetokun, said the police had been on the trail of the kidnappers since the incident was reported.
He explained that a combined team of the IGP Tactical Squad, the anti-robbery team as well as members of the Miyyeti Allah and the vigilance group in the area had intensified their search for the expatriates.
Egbetokun noted that the team had during the week arrested one of the kidnappers with one AK47 riffle at Gbugbu village.
He explained that a combined team of the IGP Tactical Squad, the anti-robbery team as well as members of the Miyyeti Allah and the vigilance group in the area had intensified their search for the expatriates.
Egbetokun noted that the team had during the week arrested one of the kidnappers with one AK47 riffle at Gbugbu village.
Source: Punchng.com

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