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  • Gunmen kill one, kidnap 10 at train station in Kogi

    Posted by David Nwachukwu on February 15, 2022 at 1:52 pm

    One person have been killed while 10 others were abducted by gunmen who invaded a Train- Stop Point in Ajaokuta, Kogi State on Monday.One person have been killed while 10 others were abducted by gunmen who invaded a Train- Stop Point in Ajaokuta, Kogi State on Monday. The incident was said to have occurred around 2 pm. The gunmen who were said to have been kitted with firearms opened fire on a man simply identified as Dennis and killed him instantly.The incident was said to have occurred around 2 pm. The gunmen who were said to have been kitted with firearms opened fire on a man simply identified as Dennis and killed him instantly.It was gathered that late Dennis was on his way to pick his boss from work before he met his untimely death.

    Thereafter, the gunmen whisked away to unknown destination the abducted victims, the majority of whom were residents of the Ajaokuta village and were waiting for the train to arrive at the Stop Point.

    It was gathered that late Dennis was on his way to pick his boss from work before he met his untimely death.

    Thereafter, the gunmen whisked away to unknown destination the abducted victims, the majority of whom were residents of the Ajaokuta village and were waiting for the train to arrive at the Stop Point. A source in the village said the kidnappers have contacted one of their victims’ families and demanded an N20 million ransom.
    A resident of Ajaokuta community, Dele Ajala said, “The latest kidnap has plunged some of the victim’s family into sorrow. This just goes to show how insecure the country is. There is a need to reinforce the state with adequate police officers to counter this kind of issue. Robbery, kidnapping has now become legal businesses in the country.A source in the village said the kidnappers have contacted one of their victims’ families and demanded an N20 million ransom.

    A resident of Ajaokuta community, Dele Ajala said, “The latest kidnap has plunged some of the victim’s family into sorrow. This just goes to show how insecure the country is. There is a need to reinforce the state with adequate police officers to counter this kind of issue. Robbery, kidnapping has now become legal businesses in the country. “It is appalling to see people fall victim to kidnapping on daily basis. This shows that the people cannot trust their government to secure them anymore”.

    When contacted, the Kogi State Police Public Relations Officer, William Ovye Aya, said the command is yet to be briefed about the incident, however promised to reach out to our correspondent as soon as he gets information about the incident.“It is appalling to see people fall victim to kidnapping on daily basis. This shows that the people cannot trust their government to secure them anymore”.

    When contacted, the Kogi State Police Public Relations Officer, William Ovye Aya, said the command is yet to be briefed about the incident, however promised to reach out to our correspondent as soon as he gets information about the incident.

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