Two Notorious Kidnappers Arrested In Kogi State

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Men of the Nigeria Police have arrested two want­ed notorious kidnappers in Kogi State.

The police had launched a manhunt on the duo of 24-year-old Suleiman Isah and Musa Mohammed, 31, both natives of Ankpa LGA of Kogi State after they allegedly abducted one Alh­aji Jibrin Idris, an Islamic scholar and the chief Imam at Enabo in Ankpa district.

The gunmen later released the cleric after collecting undisclosed amount of money as ransom.

Subsequently, IGP Ibrahim Id­ris ordered a manhunt on the kid­nappers by operatives of the Intel­ligence Response Team, IRT, led by courageous ACP Abba Kyari.

The kidnappers, upon collect­ing the ransom escaped to Enugu State on sensing that IRT was trailing them.

However, after months of re­lentless efforts, the duo met their waterloo at Ayinba Town Kogi State and 9th Mile, Enugu State respectively. In a statement by the team leader, Kyari said the suspects identified the remaining two other gang members at large as Bashir and Mangal.

“The phone used for the ran­som negotiation by the kidnap­pers equally recovered, while ef­forts to arrest the remaining gang members at large are in progress,” the police officer said.

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