Herdsmen Kidnap 3 teachers In Edo, Demand N10

By Gabriel Enogholase

THREE secondary school teachers in Ebomisi Secondary school, Ugbogiobo village in Ovia North-East Local Government Area have been kidnapped by suspected herdsmen.


It was gathered that the kidnappers are demanding N10 million as ransom. Vanguard learned that the three male teachers were abducted, Monday, while returning from school. It was gathered that three other female teachers, who were said to be in the company of the abducted teachers, were allowed to go by the abductors.

In reaction, students from the school abandoned their classes and made bonfires on the Benin-Akure road leaving passengers and motorists stranded for many hours.

Source: vanguardngr.com

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2 Responses to Herdsmen Kidnap 3 teachers In Edo, Demand N10

  1. Esosa March 1, 2017 at 6:12 pm

    When will this issue of abduction ever stop in Nigeria? What will happen if the kidnappers didn’t get the 10m?

  2. Esosua March 1, 2017 at 6:16 pm

    Those fulani herdsmen are very cruel, and can do anything for money. People should not under rate them but henceforth keep an eye on them.


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