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Igbonla six: Untold story of the students’ abduction, release

MORE revelations emerged, yester   day, that the kidnappers who abducted six students of the Lagos Model College, Igbonla, Epe, in May 2017, may have wanted to use them as a bait to secure pipeline and waterways security contracts from the Federal Government. The kidnappers were also said to have intended to use the abducted students to pressure Lagos State government to release most of their gang members who were arrested for bank robberies and other high profile kidnappings across the state.

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The Igbonla kidnap saga: killing the future softly

THE Igbonla kidnap saga came to a rather abrupt end on Friday July 28 after the abducted school boys were released at a creek in Ondo State. The six boys spent 64 days in captivity. The travail of the school boys, all of Lagos State Model College, Igbonla in Epe, began on 25th May, 2017 after ten of them were abducted right in the premises of their school by criminals who would now like to be seen as belonging among militants of the Niger-Delta.

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