By Archibong Jeremiah
Two Kidnapped Victims in Cross River State has regained freedom from captivity.
Mrs. Eno Orok, asthmatic and hypertensive patient was abducted November 16, 2020 from her bed while asleep was released two days after.
News Agency of Nigeria reports that, the Cross River State Police Command has rescued another kidnapped victim, Emmanuel Akpan-Udo, while three suspects connected with his kidnap were arrested.
In a statement signed by the State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Abdulkadir Jimoh, on Sunday in Calabar, he said that the suspects were arrested on November 21, 2020 in Calabar.
Jimoh said that the victims’ vehicle was also recovered during the operation that was carried out by officers of ‘A Division’ in Calabar.
“Through painstaking investigation, officers of the ‘A Division’ on November 21, 2020 arrested three suspected kidnappers, rescued the victim, Emmanuel Akpan-Udo and also recovered his car.
“The suspects include Blessed Etim-Sunday, 33, Samuel Udo-Udo, 27, a.ka. Papa and Ime John-Effiong, 23, a.k.a Last Born.
“They have also made useful statements and further effort is still been made to arrest other gang members,” he added.
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