Akwa Ibom Police Free 28 Victims Abducted By Sea Pirates
The Operatives of Akwa Ibom State Police Command yesterday freed 28 fish traders from Ishiet market, who were kidnapped by sea pirates along the Uruan Water Channel, in Uruan Local Government Area of the state. BLUEPRINTS reports.
Olatoye Durosinmi, the state Commissioner of Police revealed this at the command headquarters, Ikot Akpanabia while interacting with newsmen in Uyo, the state capital.
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According to him, “The 28 men and women you see here are the people rescued by police marine officers. Information Guide Nigeria
“On Thursday, July 14, at about 10:00pm, the Akwa Ibom State Police Command received a distress call from the Chairman of Uruan Local Government Area, Hon. Iniobong Ekpeyong, that a boat conveying fish traders from Ishiet market in Adiadia community had been attacked and occupants kidnapped by sea pirates along the Uruan Water Channel. jamb results
“We mobilised Tactical Teams and the Command’s Marine Police to go after the hoodlums.
“At about 1:30pm today, July the 15th, the Akwa Ibom State Marine Police, who had been trailing the hoodlums, closed in on them after an aggressive search, causing the evil Men to abandon their victims at the creeks after robbing them of various sums of money, macheted two and burnt one of their engine boats.
“Victims were successfully rescued and brought to the Akwa Ibom State Police Headquarters and those in need of medical attention were taken to the Police clinic for treatment.
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