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Kwara ASP Regains Freedom After Kidnapping

Ahmed Yusuf, an assistant superintendent of police in Kwara state (ASP), was rescued after being taken last week from his home in Oloje.
Ahmed Yusuf, a member of the Inspector General of Police monitoring team attached to the Kwara State Police Command, was saved by the police, Amotekun, hunters, and vigilantes, at 2:30 am on Sunday at a bush boundary between Kwara and Oyo State .
The brazen way in which the senior police officer was abducted caused a public uproar in the neighborhood.
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According to reliable information from City & Crime, the kidnappers had previously wanted a N7 million ransom.
Following intense pressure from the rescue crew, the six criminals abandoned the victim, according to Police PRO Ajayi Okasanmi, who confirmed the event on Sunday.
“The ASP is currently getting a medical examination as effort is being pushed to get the abductors arrested for prosecution,” he claimed.
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