4 Sentenced To Death In Obudu Over Kidnapping Of 6-Year

In Breaking News, Crime, Reports

By Ushang Ewa and Itiunbe Atunka

Information reaching CrossRiverWatch suggests that a High Court of Justice siting in Obudu condemned to death, four people alleged to have been involved in the foiled kidnapping of a 6-year old in that local government area in March 2017.

The quartet, CrossRiverWatch had reported, were arrested on the morning of March 9, 2017 following a tip off from a source and reconnaissance carried out by the Police. The team of four (all males) had kidnapped their victim, a female pupil of St. Joseph’s Primary School for the visually handicapped in the afternoon of March 8, and proceeded to Bishiri village in neighboring Obanliku local government area about 4 kilometers east of the school located in the heart of Obudu.

One of the suspects, CrossRiverWatch had gathered from reliable sources, hails from Obudu while the other three hail from Benue state.

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