Police secure release of two abducted Chinese men in Osun

Two Chinese men that were kidnapped on the 5th of April at Okea/ Itikan village, the gold mining site in Ifewara of Osun State were, on Wednesday night, rescued by the state police command.

The state police commissioner, CP Olawale Olokode, made this known in a statement in Osogbo.

In the statement signed by the command Public Relations Officer, Mrs Yemisi Opalola, the commissioner said “it is with a great delight to inform the members of the public that the two Chinese nationals have been rescued at about 9 pm yesterday unhurt.”

He, however, stated that efforts are ongoing to arrest the devils in human clothing.

The Commissioner who enjoined members of the public to support, co-operate, and collaborate with the police in fighting Crimea to bring it down to the barest minimum, charged them to provide police with credible and prompt information that, will always help in forestalling future incident.

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