Kidnapped Ondo state permanent secretary set free by abductors

Kidnapped Ondo state permanent secretary set free by abductors

- Niran Ikuomola and his driver were abducted six days ago by unknown people

- The abductors initially demanded N70 million which was cut down to N20 million just before their release

- However, amount the kidnappers were eventually paid in ransom to release Ikuomola and his driver, remains unknown

Niran Ikuomola, the permanent secretary of the Ondo state hospital management board, who was abducted together with his driver on Sunday evening, May 14, has regained his freedom from his abductors.

Jubilation in Ondo as state permanent secretary sets free by his abductor

Jubilation in Ondo as state permanent secretary sets free by his abductor

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Sahara Reporters writes that the medical doctor was abducted by unknown assailants while driving along the Lokoja-Abuja expressway for a meeting in Abuja.

The families of the two released men said Ikuomola and his driver were set free after spending some days with the unknown gunmen.

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Nobody knows yet how much the kidnappers were paid in ransom to to release Ikuomola and his driver.

NAIJ.com earlier reported that Niran Ikuomola, a medical doctor and permanent secretary of the Ondo state hospital management board, and his driver were abducted by gunmen on his way to Abuja.

The two men were abducted on Sunday, May 14, by the unknown gunmen along the Lokoja-Abuja expressway.

Watch this NAIJ.com TV video of members of Igbodu/Isiwo from Epe area of Lagos protesting the kidnap of some of their farmers by unknown gunmen

Source: Naij.com

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