Saturday, 30 April 2016

Kidnappers of Nigerian Minister Demands N200 Million

Abductors of a former Minister, Iyabo Anisulowo, have demanded the payment of N200 million as ransom for her release, family and security sources told newsmen.
The former minister was kidnapped on Wednesday along Sawonjo/Iganokoto road in Yewa area of her home state of Ogun.

Her abductors contacted the family by phone on Friday night demanding the payment.
They made the phone call using the former minister’s mobile phone number, our sources said.
The family were negotiating with the unnamed callers at the time of this report.
The police in Ogun said they were conducting forensic investigation into the kidnap following the recovery of the victim’s car and other belongings. Mrs. Anisulowo was taken away by her abductors in her SUV.
Meanwhile, the Ogun State commissioner of police, Abdulmajid Ali, and some other senior officers of the command have relocated to Ilaro, Ogun State, for the rescue operation.
The spokesperson for the command, Muyiwa Adejobi, assured that the victim would be rescued alive.