Kidnapped Naval Officer in Ondo rescued

The Commissioner of Police, Ondo State Command, CP Undie Adie, says a Naval Officer, Lt Commander Ajare Uchegbulah Amadi kidnapped by men of the underworld along Ago Ajayi, Oba Akoko road, Ondo State on May 17, 2020 has been released.

According to a statement released by the Police Public Relations Officer, of the state command, Mr. Tee-leo Ikoro, the senior Navy officer was released today, May 27, 2020 at about 0450hrs.

CP Adie said his release was sequel to the aggressive manhunt the Command and other sister agencies placed on his abductors, who on realizing that there was no place to hide any longer, abandoned him in the forest and took to their heels.

The commissioner further warned travelers within this period to strictly adhere to the travel ban on inter State movement imposed by the Federal government as a means to curtail the spread of COVID19, as the criminals are using the advantage of the empty roads to advance their nefarious acts.

He however assured, that the Ondo Police Command will not stop in it’s activities aimed at tracking criminals to bring them to justice.

Adie enjoins the good citizens of the State to go about their normal businesses, while urging them to always stay safe by keeping social distancing as they adhere to the directives of both the State and the Federal government on ways to stop the spread of COVID19

He further asked for the support of the people in useful information sharing to enable the Command provide adequate and reliable policing of Ondo State.

Categorized as News

By Wonderlady

Journalist, Educationist, Writer, Human Rights Advocate

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