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Kidnappers did not invade Ibadan —CP

By Oluwatoyin Malik

The Oyo State Police Command has described as false, mischievous and misleading, the story that kidnappers invaded Ibadan, which made headlines in some national newspapers during the past week. 214 more words

NEWS

Soldiers destroy kidnappers’ camp in Aba

ABA—SOLDIERS from 144 Battalion Army base, Ngwa High School in Aba, Abia State, have destroyed a kidnappers’ camp located at Amuzu Ibeku in Osisioma Local Government Area. 31 more words

Nigeria Politics

Soldiers destroy kidnappers’ camp in Aba

ABA—SOLDIERS from 144 Battalion Army base, Ngwa High School in Aba, Abia State, have destroyed a kidnappers’ camp located at Amuzu Ibeku in Osisioma Local Government Area. 31 more words

News

Kidnappers invade Ibadan school, paralyse academic activities

Academic activities were on Monday afternoon paralyzed at the Onireke Girls’ High School in Ibadan, Oyo State capital, when some people suspected to be kidnappers invaded the premises of the school. 237 more words

Ibadan

Kidnappers arrested while collecting ransom in Ogun State

The Ogun State Police Command has arrested two men accused of kidnapping two kids, Tolulope (9), and Omodolapo Kosoko (7).

The police said the prime suspect, Kingson Sunday (27), was a friend to the kidnapped children’s family and helped in taking them to and bringing them back from their school, Imperial International School, Molipa, Ijebu Ode. 189 more words

kidnappers arrested by police in Ebonyi (PICTURED)

Policemen of the Department of Criminal Investigation, Ogun State Police Command, Eleweran, Abeokuta, have arrested two suspected kidnappers in Ebonyi State.

The suspects, Kingson Sunday and August Johnson reportedly abducted siblings, Tolulope Kosoko (9) and Omodolapo Kosoko (7), pupils of Imperial International School, Molipa, Ijebu Ode on July 8. 198 more words

Entertainment

Sabah must deal with security issue wisely, says Musa

KOTA KINABALU: The Government is set to improve security in Sabah, especially in the east coast, said Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman today.

He said, any suggestions on improving safety in Sabah, including recommendations made in the Sabah state assembly, will be noted.

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