Just In: Terrorists Allegedly Abduct 10 Policemen Returning From Osun Poll

Ola ‘Kiya, Reporting

Terrorists have allegedly abducted 10 police officers of the Nasarawa State Command on their way back from last weekend’s Osun State governorship election.

In a piece Stonix News gleaned from wassupnow.com, the policemen were abducted at Obajana, Kogi State, last Sunday while returning from Osun.

“The officers were kidnapped at Obajana, Kogi State on Sunday, July 17, while returning from election duty.

“On July 17, at about 11:05 a.m., information received from Divisional Police Officer (DPO) Obajana, showed that gunshots were heard along New Bye pass Road, close to Trailer Park-PTI Obajana.

“The DPO immediately mobilised patrol teams to the scene, where they met one white Baw 18 Seater passenger Bus with registration No. GWA 295 YR, driven by one Usman Abdullahi, ‘m’, with six occupants.

“The seven persons left identified themselves as Police Officers from Nasarawa State Police Command returning from just-concluded Osun

“The officers narrated that their vehicle developed a mechanical fault, which led them to drop out of their convoy and while trying to fix the vehicle, armed men suddenly emerged from the bush and forcefully kidnapped 10 officers.

“Anti-Kidnapping teams have been deployed to the area, currently tracking the bandits for possible rescue of the officers.

“Meanwhile, the remaining contingent was accommodated at Command Headquarters,” a police source told wassupnow.com.

No official reaction has come from the Nasarawa State Police Command.

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