Gunmen hit Ibadan again, kidnap female soldier, two others
A group of unidentified gunmen suspected to be kidnappers have stormed Ibadan again, kidnapping three people.
It was gathered on Tuesday that the gunmen abducted one female soldier and two other women.
The incident occurred at Onipe village, along the Ijebu-Ode/ Ibadan Road in Oluyole local government area of Ibadan on Monday.
It was also discovered that the gunmen emerged from the bush at about 8:20am and shot sporadically.
They later abducted the three women and took them to an unknown destination.
Those who were kidnapped according to a source were Mrs Okeowo, Mrs Abosede Adebayo and Mrs Bola Ogunrinde.
Mrs Ogunrinde who is said to be a soldier was kidnapped while driving a Toyota RAV-4, with registration number AGL 66 FY.
It was gathered that some of the residents of the area later reported the incident at Idi Ayunre Division at about 10am.
Public Relations Officer of the State Police command, Adewale Osifeso, when contacted confirmed the latest abduction to the press.
Osifeso said on Tuesday that local police in conjunction with hunters and vigilantes are currently in search of the kidnappers in order to rescue the victims.
He said, “Yes, it is confirmed.
“As we speak, combined team of AKS, Idi Ayunre Division, other tactical teams, as well as local hunters and vigilante groups are actively on the trail of the gunmen, in a bid to rescue the victims and arrest the suspects.”
Recall that the latest abduction is coming less than one week after abduction of four people, among them were three workers of a quarry site.
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