Suspected herdsmen kidnap son, 2 workers of Ibadan hospital proprietor

Posted by News Express | 24 July 2019 | 1,533 times

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Gunmen suspected to be Fulani herdsmen have reportedly kidnapped three people along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

One of the kidnapped victims is the son of the proprietor of Lafia hospital Apata, Dr Sule, while the other two are hospital workers.

A worker in the hospital has confirmed the kidnap of the three to Tribune Online during a phone call.

The three abducted victims were said to be in a Toyota Sienna car when they were waylaid as they approached Ajebo on their way to Ibadan.

According to report, one of the escaped victims said most of the kidnappers numbering 15 spoke Hausa, but one conversed in English.

Earlier, a message circulating via WhatsApp purportedly shared in a group Wednesday morning, reads: “Good morning house, this kidnappers are now on Lagos Ibadan axis, I woke up this morning to receive the following message from my friend, Dr Sule, the owner of Lafia hospital Apata, Ibadan: Please pray for me. My first Son and two members of my Staff have been Kidnapped by Fulani herdsmen on their way back from Lagos along Ajebo. I need your prayers please!!!!” (Nigerian Tribune)

Source: News Express

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