The police command in Kwara says its operatives have rescued three kidnapped persons.
The command identified the victims as Devine Favour, Tosin Arogundade, and Mariam Salihu. According to the police, the individuals were rescued unhurt and have been reunited with their families.
This was contained in a statement issued by a police spokesman Ajayi Okasanmi in Ilorin.
Police commissioner Tuesday Assayomo explained that the police freed the kidnap victims with the help of vigilantes, local hunters, and families of the abducted.
Mr. Assayomo assured the public of the command’s commitment to tackling crimes in Kwara.
“The command also wishes to reiterate its readiness to confront and bring all forms of criminality in the state to their knees,” said the police statement. “Effort is in top gear to get the abducted 300-Level female student of the Kwara State University rescued, as we are closing in on the suspects.”
On August 23, three persons, including one female and two males, were abducted at Elefo farm in Tafatafa by four men in military uniforms.