Freed Ondo Passengers Reveal Identities Of Their Abductors

Three passengers who were rescued from kidnappers by members of the Ondo State Security Network, dubbed Amotekun Corps, have spoken out about their ordeal inside the forest.

The abducted victims accused their driver of collaborating with the kidnappers.

The abductees, Omolara Fajana and Faith Sunday, were returned to their families at the Amotekun headquarters in Akure, the state capital of Ondo. 

On Wednesday, September 8, 2021, the kidnappers attacked and snatched 13 passengers from a Lagos-bound bus.

After a shootout with the kidnappers, men from the Ondo Amotekun Corps freed nine of the captives a few hours later, while the remaining three were rescued on Friday night. 10th of September, 2021

The kidnappers had an easy time abducting them, according to Ojoga, because they were unfamiliar with the environment.

"The bus driver raced off after the gunfire, giving the kidnappers the opportunity to capture us," he added.

"I was injured as a result of the thrashing I received from the kidnappers. They claimed I was... Advance Reading For More Details...nn

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