Kidnappers demand N10m for releasing abducted teacher


A group of kidnapper has requested for the sum of N10m to release a teacher abducted in Delta State University community of Abraka in Ethiope East local government area of the state.

The victim, Mrs. Ojoboh, a staff of Erho Secondary School, Abraka, was abducted last Monday night by a gang of gunmen who invaded her shop located along the old Eku-Abraka road.

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The ransom demanded was confirmed to the police by the victim’s husband, Dr. Sunny Ojoboh who is a lecturer with the department of mathematics and computer science at the university.

“It is very annoying that we have gotten to this place in Nigeria that somebody that is doing her respective business, managing her life you will go and kidnap her because you are looking for money”, the Ojoboh said.

Meanwhile the state police public relations officer, Onome Onowakpoyeya said: “There is intensive surveillance and patrolling right now in the community and currently we are more into intelligence-led policing and so what we need from the public is information.

“The earlier we get information, the better. If you see anything suspicious just let the police know and over time the public has been encouraged to have the number of their DPOs.”


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