Anxiety as Gunmen in Military Uniform Abduct 3 Farm Managers, Demand N45 Million Ransom

Anxiety as Gunmen in Military Uniform Abduct 3 Farm Managers, Demand N45 Million Ransom

- Three managers have been abducted in Kwara state by gunmen suspected to be kidnappers

- The victims were kidnapped from various farms on Monday, March 22, at Pampo community in Asa LGA of the state

- According to the report, the criminals are demanding a ransom of N45 million from the families

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A report by P.M News indicates that six armed men dressed in army uniforms abducted three farm managers in Kwara state.

According to the report, gunmen invaded some farms around 4.00 pm on Monday, March 22, at Pampo community in Asa local government area of the state

The farm owner revealed that the kidnappers have contacted the families of the victims demanding N45 million to be paid as ransom for the three people abducted.

Anxiety as gunmen in military uniform abduct 3 farm managers, demand N45million ransom
Gunmen have abducted three managers at their commercial farms in Asa local government area of Kwara state. Photo credit: STEFAN HEUNIS/AFP
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It was gathered that the armed men invaded two farms in Eyenkirin driving in a Toyota Hilux van and picked the victims at gunpoint.

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The suspected kidnappers took the two farmworkers in the first poultry farm before abducting the third victim on their way out of the community.

ThisDay reports that Sanmi Omopariola, the owner of the second farm stated that that the bandits abducted his manager when they visited his farm on their way out of the community.

Omopariola speaking to journalists on Wednesday, March 24, in Ilorin added that the people kidnapped were two males and a female.

The farm owner went on to that the abductors spoke in Yoruba language like Fulani.

Meanwhile, reported that some armed men suspected to be kidnappers abducted Tajudeen Omotayo, a community leader in Imope, Ijebu-North LGA of Ogun state.

Omotayo, popularly known as Oba Alade meta of Imope town, was abducted while he was on his way back home on Saturday afternoon, March 20.

A source who is a resident of the town on Monday, March 22, said that the victim left his place for Ijebu-Ode around 11 am in his car.

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Oluwatobi Bolashodun is a journalist with six years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from Babcock University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication. Oluwatobi is a Current Affairs Editor, mostly writing on political, educational, and business topics. She uses her team spirit to encourage others to work hard.


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