Photo: 4 Kidnappers Caught In Port Harcourt While Collecting N2.5M Ransom From Victims Family

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July 28, 2016 – 4 Kidnappers Caught In Port Harcourt While Collecting N2.5M Ransom From Victims Family

The 4-man kidnap gang met its end when they kidnapped a woman and her one-year old daughter from her Port Harcourt home, demanding the sum of two million, five hundred thousand naira as ransom for their freedom.

Based on credible intelligence generated by the IRT, this was, however, agreed as a bait.

But the end of the kidnapping gang came when in their attempt to claim the said sum of money at the agreed point; operatives of IRT engaged them, rescued the victims and arrested four of the kidnappers who gave their names as: Herbert Oriminagbe, Chijioke Akah, alias Kottos, Kelechi Nwaordu, alias Seedof and Nelson Ajumogobia alias Ibios.

In their confessional statements, the gang admitted that they were also responsible for the kidnap of one Undunobuk and other innocent Nigerians.

Going through a laptop computer recovered from them, it was discovered that the real owner Undunobuk was once robbed in his Port Harcourt residence and later kidnapped to unknown seaside only to be released on the payment of one million, three hundred thousand naira ransom.

15 thoughts on “Photo: 4 Kidnappers Caught In Port Harcourt While Collecting N2.5M Ransom From Victims Family

  1. youths r jobless,government provide jobs for teemung nigerian youths and some of this nonsense will stop.unemployment in nigeria is a time-bomb,and i pray it will not explode oneday.government should do something o.

    • The rich, more especially the politicians watch out. the niggas almost ran out of something to eat so what left now to eat are the RICH AND THE POLITICIANS but here are my prayers let the niggas go after ALL THE POLITICAL THIEVES IN THE GOVERNMENT OFFICES BOTH PREVIOUS AND PRESENT..God please protect all the innocent hardworking citizens AMEN!

  2. infact this incredible. I wonder, why? I dont blame them is because of Nigeria economy. Why wont they?

  3. If we all say bcos there is no job and we decide to start been armed robbers and kidnappers then I don’t think there would be anyone left in dis country that would not be carrying a gun, so were will that leave us.
    Yet thru it all we still av those that are fighting all odds, that come what may they will survive by their determination and hardwork. So what excuse does this ones av turning to criminals under disguise of no employment. Its just laziness.

    At d same time we can only implore our govt to do all they can to erradicate unemployment.

  4. Corrupt governance certainly gives rise to a rise in criminality and insecurity, but it does not justify the criminal who makes the society insecure. The world is full of challenges. It is also full of those who overcame those challenges without soiling their hands.

    Hence, those guys should be punished for their crime. But our government should sit up and make life better for us, or this trend would continue.

  5. Joblessness shouldn’t be an excuse to be a kidnapper. There are better things they can engage on.

  6. I am surprised when l read somebody knowingly or unknowingly encouraging these kidnappers by telling us that it was lack of employment. As someone stated above, if everyone unemployed took this as an occupation, where will it lead us to. Certainly not a good option. Imagine getting yourself or other close relatives kidnapped simply because the kidnappers were unemployed. The big question is ‘am l or my relative the cause of his or her unemployment’ .

  7. They had robbed someone and also kidnapped before this incident but had to continue the evil actso Otis not joblessness that informed this act. Rather Otis greed, envy towards the victims and sheer wickedness that drives these people.

    They should be put away for long long time because they make this country unbearable to live in. Everyone is suffering the hardship so hoodlums should not be allowed to add to people’s suffering

  8. i go with the fact that joblessness should not be an excuse for all these indecent… they only join this trade bcus they are lazy and wanted it… but on the under hand the country is facing too much hardship
    #OneDayThePoorWillHaveNothingToItButTheRich

  9. Impatient and greediness breeds crime. Most people want it big without laboring for it. This insatiable quest to gain wealth is destroying our beautiful country. The earlier the youth quit depending on the government but channel their strenght and intellect to an enterprise, the better. Naijas are strong and resilient, with God there is nothing we can’t achieve.

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