Kidnapped Ogun high chief regains freedom

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Olori-Ilu of Imope Ijebu, Tajudeen Omotayo who was abducted by gunmen on Saturday has been released.

 

The Ogun community leader was released on Tuesday night after his family allegedly paid N 5 million ransom.

 

Recall Eons Intelligence reported that his abductors demanded N100 million ransom for his freedom.

 

 

The criminals ambushed the community leader at Oke -Eri area of Imope on a journey back from a meeting from Ijebu-Ode.

Abimbola Oyeyemi, the Ogun State Police Spokesperson confirmed that the development but said the police is unaware of any ransom payment.

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