Strange Times in Nigeria: New Tenants ‘Kidnap’ Three Children in Ogun, 24 Hours After Moving In

Strange Times in Nigeria: New Tenants ‘Kidnap’ Three Children in Ogun, 24 Hours After Moving In

  • Two women have reportedly kidnaped some innocent children in Ajuwo axis of Ogun state, southwest Nigeria
  • According to report, the two women perpetrated the evil acts barely 24 hours after moving into the compound
  • The women who are said to be in the 30s were said to have claimed to be students of a school-based in Ikeja

In what can be described as another strange occurrence in Nigeria, three children have been kidnapped by their new neibours.

The incident which occurred at Ajuwon axis of Ogun state, reportedly happened barely 24 hours after the neibours moved into a new apartment.

The suspects who disappeared with the children on Friday have been identified as two women in their 30s.

Two women have reportedly kidnaped some innocent children in Ajuwo in Ogun state.
The police have commenced investigation as two women reportedly kidnaped some children in Ajuwo axis of Ogun state. Photo: Nigeria police
Source: Facebook

They moved into a one-room apartment in the compound on February 17, The Cable reports.

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According to a source, the women claimed that they were students of a school-based in Ikeja, Lagos, and would stay at the apartment for three weeks, pending the conclusion of their examination.

The source, however, said the name of the school was not given. The women were said to have acted very friendly with the residents of the compound within the short time they spent there.

On Friday evening, the women reportedly asked to take a walk with the children to get to a shop in the neighbourhood.

However, after a short while, a search began for the new tenants and the children, but they were nowhere to be found.

The case has been reported to the Ajuwon police station.

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