Babcock varsity graduate regains freedom from kidnappers’ den

A fresh graduate of Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Justina Anochie, who was recently abducted by kidnappers has regained her freedom.

Nigerian Tribune recalls that Anochie was kidnapped on Sunday, around 9p.m., while she was returning to her off campus residence.

In a statement by Olumuyiwa Adejobi, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), said police security operatives attached to Odogbolu Division found the victim after she was released by her abductors.

Adejobi said security measures were put in place upon the report of the incident to Ikenne Division, which thereafter led to the arrest of two suspects.

The two suspects were reported to be “close friends” of the victim and were said to be assisting the Police in its investigation. They were said to be with the Anti-Kidnapping Squad of the Department of Criminal Investigation and Intelligence.

He explained that the forensic investigation and Information and Communication Technology Skills adopted by the police in ensuring the release forced the kidnappers to release Anochie unhurt and without payment of any ransom.

Adejobi said that the Commissioner of Police, Abdulmajid Ali, had ordered that other members of the gang must be apprehended.

The CP also commended the relations of the victim for their patience and understanding during the rescue operation.