Thursday, June 22, 2017

Lagos Politician's Daughter Abducted 4 Days To Her Birthday

Lagos Politician's Daughter Kidnapped 4 Days To Her Birthday

A 19-year-old-fashioned woman named, Bukola Adeosun, daughter of Mr. Bode Adeosun, an All Progressives Congress (APC) councillorship aspirant at Odi Olowo Local Council Development Area, Lagos State, has been abducted by suspected kidnappers.

Bukola was abducted very approximately 9 p.m. vis--vis Tuesday at Ilupeju place of the metropolis subsequent to she went out to buy fish for her mom.

The victim and her younger sister were said to have been sent to get your hands on the fish. The victims sibling was said to have taking into account in following the fish seller to integrate excuse of their portion but came to discover that Bukola was nowhere to be seen.

The kidnappers were alleged to have ordered the lady into their Black Toyota Camry car.

Bukolas younger sister thought the victim had when confirmation habitat. She furthermore went quarters single-handedly in front clean out that Bukola was along with not at home.

The victims distraught dad, Adeosun, said members of the community allied them in the restless search for Bukola.

He said: I was returning from a meeting gone I traditional a phone call from my wife that our daughter had been abducted. I sudden home and saw a crowd in my house. They were assisting my wife in the search for our daughter. After we returned flaming not quite 1.39 a.m., I recognized a phone call from a abnormal person, telling me that my daughter was in their custody. The caller said that I would hear from them along with again and hung happening.

It was later I knew my daughter had been abducted. Since later, I have not heard from the kidnappers. I dont know what my daughter is going through right now.

My daughter was abducted four days to her birthday. She would have been 20. I dream this is not how my political opponents hurting to profit declaration at me. They know they would lose in the forthcoming election.

A resident, Mr. Kunle Ajayi, said Bukolas abduction was uncharacteristic because such had never happened in the community.

The matter was reported at Ilupeju Police Station.

The own taking place Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), ASP Olarinde Famous-Cole, said the girl was missing, not abducted.

He said the issue had been reported to the police and that psychotherapy was ongoing.

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