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House Urges FG to Rescue Kidnaped Victims in Lagos, Other States

House Calls On FG To Rescue Kidnaped Victims in Lagos, Other States

The House of Representatives has called on the federal government to deploy special forces in the Nigeria Police Force, Nigerian Army, and Nigerian Navy to rescue kidnap victims in Lagos and other parts of Nigeria.

According to THIS DAY, the lawmakers’ resolutions were sequel to adoption of a motion sponsored by Hon. Mufutau Adewale Egberongbe, titled: ‘Urgent Need to Curb Incessant Kidnappings in Lagos and Other States across the Country’. Information Guide Nigeria

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THIS DAY reports that the lawmakers mandated its Committees on Police Affairs, Army, and Navy to ensure compliance while adopting the motion.

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Moving the motion, Egberongbe making reference to reports in a national daily that there is a resurgence of kidnapping in Lagos State expressed concerns that the kidnappers always escape with their victims through the waters and hide in the creeks as they wait for ransom. Jamb Result

According to THIS DAY, the lawmaker further lamented that when victims are taken into the various hideouts, the female victims are mostly raped while some victims are killed and their corpses abandoned in the bush.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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