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Kidnappers release kidnapped students, teachers


The kidnapped students and staff of Nigerian Turkish International School have been released by their abductors.

The Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of Zone 2, AIG Kayode Aderanti confirmed their release to The Guardian.

Aderanti said the students have been reunited with their families.


Earlier, the AIG  denied rumours that the families of the victims had  been paying ransom,  insisting that  “no ransom has been paid.’’

Aderanti  commended the state’s  Commissioner of Police,  Ahmed Iliyasu,  for putting in place an effective security system in the state.

He  urged  residents of  Ogun to partner  with the police to ensure that lives and property were properly secured.

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