Kidnapping news in Nigeria
Some of the areas been affected by by mance of the kidnappers include parts of Gassol, Ardo-Kola, Bali, Karim-Lamido and Lau local government areas of the state where a number of people were kidnapped.
The Lagos command of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) on Wednesday, April 10, confirmed that the state fire service chief, Rasaki Musibau, has regained freedom from his abductors.
The family of the kidnapped director of Lagos State Fire Service (LSFS), Rasaki Musibau, has been thrown into fear as those suspected to have kidnapped him demanded six million ransom for his release.
A man has stunned many Nigerians after he narrated his recent experience with kidnappers. However, in this frightening encounter with these dreaded individuals, he was the one the one that had the last laugh.
The director of Lagos state fire service, Rasaki Musibau and six others were abducted by unknown gunmen on Saturday night, April 6, on Iwoye bridge, along the Itoikin-Epe road, Ikorodu.
The Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi ll on Sunday, April 7, called on the federal government to use local hunters to tackle the menace of kidnapping and other crimes bedevilling some states in northern Nigeria.