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Senior Army Officer Lieutenant Diya Kidnapped In Festac Town Lagos

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Senior Army Officer Lieutenant Diya Kidnapped In Festac Town Lagos

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Feb 21, 2017 – Heavy Shootings As Soldiers & Policeman Attempt To Rescue Army Lieutenant Kidnapped 3 Years Ago

Heavy shootings rocked 7th Avenue, Abule-Ado, Festac Town, Lagos State, yesterday, as soldiers and policemen attempted to rescue an Army Lieutenant who was abducted three days ago.

The Army officer, Lieutenant Diya, was said to have been abducted on 7th Avenue, while on patrol with other soldiers.

The state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Dolapo Badmos, yesterday said she was yet to be aware of the incident.

A Festac resident said:

The officer was kidnapped three days ago. Today (yesterday), soldiers re-enforced and are already pushing the kidnappers out of their base into 6th Avenue.” At 8p.m. yesterday, shootout was still ongoing between soldiers and militants. 

Military personnel under an operational code name AWATSE were deplored to the area to check activities of militants.

The Lieutenant was kidnapped with his service rifle while on patrol at the axis about 5:30p.m.

A source said:

“The abduction of the Army officer led to shootings as a joint force by the military and the police invaded the creeks and headed for the kidnappers’ den.”




  1. Mon

    February 21, 2017 at 9:02 AM

    Water don pass garri be that….if kidnappers can abduct a military man on uniform with his riffle and on patrol with his co Army men..nobody is save again in Nigeria…maybe that’s why our president relocate.

  2. Yetty mama

    February 21, 2017 at 3:33 PM

    Ti won ba won!! A won igara ole olosa.

  3. mulikat

    February 22, 2017 at 11:54 AM

    this time they will do something about Niger-delter race Kidnappers now.cos is 1 of them, let them just kill them immeadtely, no be court matter, and put law in place all over naija, any body find in kidnapper business an death finish.

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