- A young Nigerian lady who was kidnapped has narrated the story of how she escaped captivity
- The lady who attends Adeyemi College of Education in Ondo state escaped after eleven days in captivity
- Family and friends had lost hope when the bodies of two other students were found after she was kidnapped
A student of Adeyemi College of Education Oluwaseun Mary Olaniyan has narrated the story of how she escaped kidnappers after eleven days in captivity.
Olaniyan who is a history student explained that she was kidnapped by four men in a vehicle painted with the colours of Ondo state taxi service.
She noted that the sad experience occurred around 6:30pm outside the school’s main gate.
The young lady said she became unconscious after she boarded a taxi and woke up in a building located inside a forest.
According to her, the victims in the build were six in number including her. She said they all saw strange men arriving in jeeps to see the kidnappers.
She noted that they all suspected that the men came to collect human flesh from the kidnappers because they went away with something concealed in a cellophane bag.
Olaniyan revealed that she was able to escape by the grace of God because the kidnappers were arguing amongst themselves.
The lady said: "I trekked inside the forest until I got to Ile-Oluji/Ipetu Ijesa road where I met a lady and asked for direction to Ondo town. The lady told me I was very close to Ile-Oluji. When I got to Igbo Oja, I made efforts to reach my mother on her phone.”
“I contacted my mother. My father immediately called me and I informed him that I had reached Itanla junction along Ondo/Akure highway.”
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It was gathered that the bodies of two other students Oladepo Blessing and Oluwasemilore Mary who were also kidnapped were discovered in a bush days after they went missing.
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