Herders collects ransom of 15M after kidnapping Farmers in Lagos

Some suspected herders were given a ransom of 15M after kidnapping two farmers in Shalabo Village, located between Isiwu and Imota areas of Lagos State.

The victims were abducted on their farm last week Tuesday. The owner of the Ikorodu integrated Farm just returned to the country from UK and visited his farm with his brother and they were both kidnapped.

The kidnappers demanded for a ransom of 10 million naira but later increased it to 20 million naira after several begging they collected 15 million naira.

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According to The Cable, a family source came to report incident to them. The abductors came with dangerous weapons to attack then on the farm which led to commotion that made everyone ran for safety.

The abductors were able to accomplish their mission and after a while they contacted one of the victim family members for ransom of 10 million naira and later inflated it 20 million naira

The family members of the victims informed Imota police station for help,they were able to contact the commissioner of police, CP Hakeem Odumuso which assures them that his men’s is out for patrol.

After some while, they contacted the police to give them the update concerning the abductors demands but they realises that they have to co operate for the safety of their relatives.

They went in search of the money but they insisted on 20 million naira after several begging,they collected 15 million naira from them.

The cable contacted the spokesmen of Lagos police command, Muyiwa Adejobi concerning the incident. Adejobi refuses to answer any call for 3 days. He promised to answer a text message sent to him but he didn’t.

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