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Friday 20 August 2021

Police Rescue 12 Kidnapped Victims In Zamfara

 Operatives of the Zamfara State Police Command have rescued 11 villagers abducted from Yakofoji village on August 12.


Spokesperson of the command, SP Muhammed Shehu, who disclosed this in a statement on Thursday, August 19, in Gusau, said that the operatives also rescued the Chief Security Officer of College of Health Technology, Tsafe. 

It said that the successes recorded followed ongoing search-and-rescue operations by the command across the state.


"The effort that led to the unconditional rescue was sequel to the report of abduction of 11 persons by some group of hoodlums suspected to be bandits at YARKOFOJI VILLAGE in Bakura LGA on 12th August, 2021," the statement read.

"In a related development, the Command has succeeded in the unconditional rescue of Chief Security Officer of the College of Health Technology, Tsafe. The report of his abduction was reported to the Police at the early hours of 18th August, 2021, when group of hoodlums went to his house at around 0040hrs and abducted him. Police search and rescue team swung into action by combing the sarrounding forest. Luckily enough, the victim was rescued safely.


"The search and rescue strategies employed by the Commissioner of Police Zamfara State Command, CP Ayuba N. Elkana psc + led to the successful rescue of the abducted victims without any ransom paid by the relations of the victims.


"The Commissioner of Police congratulated the victims for regaining their freedom and urged them to always be conscious of their security and report any suspicious person to the Police or any nearest security outfit for prompt response. All the victims have been taken to the hospital for medical checks. Later debriefed by the Police and reunited with their families."


The CP further assured the people of the state about the ongoing efforts of the Command to rescue other victims currently in captivity so that lives and properties can be adequately protected.

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