Two abducted from quarry in Ibadan

Two persons have been abducted from a quarry site located along Ijebu-Ode/Ibadan Road, Ibadan.

The two persons, one Mr Popoola Isaac and Mr Ismail Adeoye were kidnapped by yet-to-be-identified at the quarry, named Binu Quarry, on Monday.

While Popoola is a staff of RCC, Adeoye is a staff of Polaris Bank.

Oyo Police Public Relations Officer, Gbenga Fadeyi confirmed the abduction, adding that efforts have been intensified to get the victims released.

Fadeyi said: “Efforts intensified to get them released and also arrest the abductors.”

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