Ondo school teacher released but school bus retained by kidnappers

Ondo school teacher released but school bus retained by kidnappers

Ondo school teacher released but school bus retained by kidnappers.

 

Some gunmen had on Thursday morning hijacked the school bus, abducted Ojo who was on duty to convey students to school.

 

The incident occurred around 7am while the driver and the abducted staff were moving round to pick up the pupils.

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The gunmen numbering about eight who were on motorcycles, stopped the vehicle with registration number Lagos LSD 853 FJ.

Ondo school teacher released but school bus retained by kidnappers
Ondo school teacher released but school bus retained by kidnappers

Some few hours after the abduction, a staff of a private school, Omolayo Ojo, who was kidnapped on Thursday morning by some unknown gunmen has been released.

 

 


The gunmen at about 6.45 on Thursday abducted her and hijacked the private school’s bus in Oba Ile Estate of Akure North Local Government Area of Ondo State.

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The victim said her abductors threatened to kill her if she failed to cooperate with them. She added that she was later released in the bush at Ilara Mokin in Ifedore Local Government Area of the state.

 

In a reaction, the Principal of the school, Mrs Bolatito Akindemowo confirmed that no pupil was abducted during the incident, adding that security operatives have been briefed of the incident.

 

“This has never happened to our school before. However, the staff that was kidnapped has been released but we are yet to find the school bus. We have reported the incident to the police,” the principal stated.

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