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Ijaw Militants Return To Isheri Osun Lagos, Kidnap 2 Landlords & A Woman

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Ijaw Militants Return To Isheri Osun Lagos, Kidnap 2 Landlords & A Woman

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December 7, 2016 – Niger Delta Militants Return To Isheri Osun Lagos, Kidnap 2 Landlords & A Woman

Isheri Osun area of Lagos state has become a ghost town after the return of some suspected Ijaw militants who kidnapped several people few weeks ago.

According to eyewitnesses, about 8 gunmen wearing military uniform invaded Ever Winning Avenue in Isheri on Friday and kidnapped a woman simply identified as Iya Mitchell.

They returned to the same community on Monday and kidnapped two landlords (a retired customs officer and an electrical materials seller).

We learnt the kidnappers entered the community via a bush path that linked Isheri to Festac town.

Efforts are on to rescue them and arrest the militants and their accomplices.

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. sola olaniyi

    December 7, 2016 at 7:08 AM

    when they arrest them now…the next thing is to robe the devil in as the cause or economic recession

  2. kaz

    December 9, 2016 at 12:46 AM

    LAGOS HAS PASS IT ANTI -KIDNAPPING LAW ,SO LET PUT IT TO USE .

  3. Olumba2004

    February 10, 2017 at 2:37 PM

    Until the first set of people are killed publicly for kidnapping no one will desist from committing the crime. This is an act of ‘terrorism’. Paying lip service to kidnapping and parading them like wares for people to see them will not stop it. The government should meet force with force otherwise liberalize guns and let people defend themselves. You hardly can come to where i live now in this small village in the Trump’s country and not have your head smashed with a Benelli Autoloader. This idiots must be decimated one way or the other, whether Ijaw or no Ijaw, enough is enough.

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