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Seven Naval Officers kidnapped in Edo State (READ FULL DETAILS)


Seven Officers of the Nigerian Naval Command were kidnapped in Edo while travelling to Delta from Kaduna as the state of insecurity in Nigeria worsens.

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Daily Trust gathered that five of the Naval officers have been rescued by the police.

The officers from a Naval Base in Kaduna state were said to have abducted on Sapele-Warri road.

“They were on their way to Navy Engineering College, Sapele in Delta State,” according to a source.

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It was gathered that policemen from the Edo State Command, acting on intelligence report, rescued five of the officers while two others are still missing.

The State Command’s spokesperson, SP. Kotongs Bello, confirmed the report but didn’t go into details.


“We rescued five and two others are yet to be rescued. That is the one I am aware of,” he said 

Nigeria is currently witnessing a high level of insecurity and security operatives are not spared.

The Islamic State in West Africa Province recently released pictures of soldiers allegedly abducted in Yobe State.


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