Sosoki kidnap: Investigation ongoing to rescue pure water company CEO – PPR

By Ahmed Ajikobi
The Police Public Relations Officer of Kwara State Police Command, SP Ajayi Okasanmi has assured the members of the public that the command is doing everything in its capacity to rescue the owner of a pure water factory, Fatima Nurudeen, who was kidnapped in her factory situated at Sosoki Village via Alapa Community, Kwara State on Friday.
Okasanmi made this known to newsmen that investigation is ongoing to rescue her from the Kidnapper’s den.
“We are still investigating and searching to rescue her”, he noted.
It was gathered that, set of seven armed men were reported to have stormed the pure water factory by the name Lafrcdeen whisking away the owner of the factory Fatima Nurudeen, the manager and eight other workers.
It was gathered that the assailants who were speaking in different Nigeria languages, ran into the bush after their operation.
The State Police Command Spokesperson, SP Ajayi Okasanmi also assured that, the police have launched a manhunt on a rescue mission.
“Eight workers of the factory including the owner, one Fatima Nurudeen and disappeared into the bush.
“On receipt of the information, the commissioner of police, Kwara State Command, CP Tuesday Assayomo immediately unleashed the Command’s tactical teams with the local hunters and vigilante to the area to rescue the victims and arrest the hoodlums.
“The efforts however resulted in the rescue of seven out of the eight abducted workers, the command is getting close to rescuing the remaining victim who happens to be the owner of the factory and possible arrest of the kidnappers.
“The command wishes to advise the good people of Kwara State to always be conscious of whom they share vital information about their movements with and to be security conscious at all times especially at this period when the year is running to an end, everybody including the good and the bad ones would want to celebrate Christmas and new year with pockets filled with money, even as they have no explainable means of livelihood.
“The Command will not relent in her commitment in ensuring that the good people of Kwara sleeps with their two eyes closed at night and also ensure the peace and safety of the people before, during and after the yuletide”, the Police Spokesman noted.
This is coming on the heels of the abduction of the late Onijala Adegboyega, who was abducted while returning home from his farm last Friday.

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