Fulani Herdsmen Kidnap Woman & Stepson Returning From Church In Osi Town Ondo State

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Fulani Herdsmen Kidnap Woman & Stepson Returning From Church In Osi Town Ondo State

One Mrs Olawumi Adeleye and her stepson, Destiny Paul have been kidnapped near Akure Airport.

The victims were said to have been kidnapped by some Fulani herdsmen in Osi Town, Ondo state on their way from church.

It was gathered that the herdsmen blocked the road with cows, forcing the victims, who were in a Lexus car to stop along the road.

They were thereafter abducted and taken to an unknown destination by the bandits.

A source who pleaded anonymity said:

“Mrs. Adeleye was coming from the church with her boy suddenly the Fulani herdsmen put scores of their cows on the road.

“As the woman was trying to make a U-turn, to escape from the scene, they attacked her and damaged her car and later took her away with the boy.”

However, a family source said after some hours, the kidnappers had contacted the husband of the woman and demanded N10million ransom.

The monarch of Osi town, Oba David Olajide, who confirmed the incident alleged that the two victims were abducted by suspected Fulani herdsmen on their way from the church.

Oba Olajide said:

“It happened very close to the Akure Airport, they were kidnapped around 5:20pm yesterday (Sunday evening).”

6 thoughts on “Fulani Herdsmen Kidnap Woman & Stepson Returning From Church In Osi Town Ondo State

  1. Aketi ,the governor was boasting yesterday that he is above being kidnapped because he has a strong convoy and immunity.He should protect those that got him in power and deal with these fulani gangs.

  2. Oloriburuku people. It is high time we went our separate ways. Why will state governors find it hard to stop strangers from invading their lands? What is difficult in issuing executive order against these animals? Can Yorubas go to Sokoto and be kidnapping them and nothing will happen? Are these governors under some sort of spell or what?

  3. Sometimes it takes madness to rule in Nigeria. When mad man fayose was feeling the fulani and their cows were there kidnapping in Ekiti or even ondo?

  4. They don’t care one bit. Yoruba leaders have betrayed their own people. How can strangers on other people’s soil have the audacity to kidnap native indigenes, holding them hostage on their own soil? I bet there is a strong network of connivance with some native persons. Yoruba people will betray their own people for money. People have to be vigilant. Also, Yoruba people in some parts of Ondo State have been reported to be selling land in strategic locations to Fulanis from Niger Republic, Chad etc. So, when Fulani people begin to attack and wipe them out, it will be too late to fight them.

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