Three notorious bandits Some gunmen suspected to be kidnappers Monday, invaded the Oke Odan group inside the Apete area of Ibadan and kidnapped the son of a poultry farmer.
The Ngozi Media gathered that the poultry farm situated at Oke Odan group, in Apete, a suburb of Ibadan, is owned by an individual acknowledged as Mr Odetunde.
It was gathered that the abductors who kidnapped the son of the farm proprietor invaded the realm Monday evening.
Our correspondent learnt that the abductors after capturing sporadically regionally to scare residents stormed the poultry farm and whisked the son of the proprietor of the farm away.
Though some sources claimed that a lot of the workers who’ve been kidnapped alongside the son of the farm proprietor have been later launched, a family provide close to Adetunde, nonetheless, confirmed that solely the son was kidnapped.
Our correspondent gathered that the whereabouts of the kidnapped sufferer continues to be unknown at the time of submitting this report.
The sufferer, consistent with the family provide, is an undergraduate of the Faculty of Ibadan.
The family provide who spoke with The Ngozi Media in confidence on Monday evening added that the kidnapping of the son of the poultry proprietor has thrown Apete into confusion.
“Certain. It has been confirmed that considered one of many sons has been kidnapped. I learnt that he was kidnapped inside the farm at current.
“They talked about that after they acquired right here, they shot into the air and kidnapped him. Three notorious bandits
“Some individuals aren’t transferring out of the realm now. It isn’t a battle as some of us had insinuated, it was a case of kidnapping.”
Among the many residents of Apete and completely different communities in Ido Native Authorities House talked about that they are presently defending vigil to cease future assaults.
A resident suggested The Ngozi Media, “We won’t sleep now. Now we have now to keep up vigil. As I was coming home, they blocked the freeway. People are literally checking automobiles and motorcyclists coming and going out of Apete.”
Nonetheless all efforts made by The Ngozi Media to get the response of the spokesman of the State Police Command, Mr Olugbenga Fadeyi proved abortive.
Calls put by way of to Fadeyi’s cellphone weren’t worthwhile whereas an SMS despatched to him to substantiate the kidnapping has not been replied as on the time of submitting this report on Monday.