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Friday, July 14, 2017

50 days in captivity: LASG demands unconditional release of kidnapped students

Today, marks the 50th day of the kidnapped six students abducted from the Igbonla Model College near Epe last June, reports ITRealms.

This is coming as the Lagos State Government (LASG) has demanded an unconditional release of the students from their abductors.

According to the Lagos State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Mr. Adeniji Kazeem, describing it as disheartening situation for both the pupils in the school and parents of the students.

Speaking at the parade of the Baale of Shangisha, Chief Yusuf Ogundare, by the Police, for feigning his kidnap alleged to have taken place on Wednesday, July 5, 2017, decried the act.

ITRealms gathered that Chief Ogundare was purported to have been kidnapped along Center for Management Development (CMD) Road in Ikosi-Isheri in Magodo, Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of the State‎.

The Commissioner also noted that it was heartbreaking that while the State Government and security agencies were working round the clock to secure the release of the children, some unscrupulous persons deemed it fit to raise false alarm. 

ITRealms recalls that Lagos Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode has since approved the suspension of Ogundare.


The Baale was paraded by the Lagos State Police Command alongside his younger brother, Mohammed Adams for conspiracy in the kidnap saga.

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