Abducted Turkish Nationals Kidnapped, Rescued Alive – Police

The Kwara state police command, Friday evening paraded four Turkish National that were abducted by gunmen at a local joint in Gwugwu village of Kwara North seven days ago.

The state police commissioner Kayode Egbetokun while address journalists on the rescue operation alongside the Chief of Staff to Kwara state governor, Mr Adisa Logun and other representatives of the government said the rescued was made possible by the support received from the Inspector General of Police and the local vigilante group.

“The Command has been working round the clock since they were abducted with the local vigilante and the IGP anti rescue and intelligent team, our own anti kidnapping, anti robbery square, operation harmony and some Miyetti Allah group around the area.



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