Police Arrest Suspected Kidnapper Over Attempt To Abduct Students In Ondo

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  • It was gathered that the students after sensing danger, raised the alarm which attracted the attention of a pastor.

Police operatives have arrested a suspected kidnapper for attempting to kidnap two secondary school girls in Ondo State, EKO HOT BLOG has gathered.

It was learnt that the suspected kidnapper identified as Gbadamosi Sani was arrested by the police officers after forcefully whisking two students of Fiwasaye Girls Grammar School, Akure, the Ondo State capital away.

EKO HOT BLOG gathered that the suspected kidnapper disguised as a commercial motorcyclist, popularly known as Okada rider, waiting for the unsuspecting students around the school when the two students unknowingly requested his service.

It was further learnt that Sani took the students from Mobil filling station, Oba-Ile/Airport road, opposite their school to the Ijoka area in Akure.

However, the suspected kidnapper’s plan was said to have been uncovered after he refused to stop for one of the girls to alight at the Sunday bus stop and the other at Moe Obere.

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It was gathered that the students after sensing danger, raised the alarm which attracted the attention of a pastor who was riding a motorcycle behind them along Ijoka/Idanre road.

EKO HOT BLOG gathered that the pastor alerted men of the Olofin Police Division who arrested the suspected kidnapper after trailing him.

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A police source, however, noted that the case would be transferred to the Ondo State Command headquarters for further interrogation.

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