Four captives are rescued and two alleged kidnappers are slain in Adamawa.


Two alleged kidnappers were slain by Adamawa State Police Command agents, together with a few local hunters, who also freed four victims.

The suspects were shot and murdered by the group of police officers and vigilante hunters on Moroma Hill in the Song Local Government Area's Mboi area.

On Thursday night, HIT UP TV learned that the crew had successfully saved four LGA residents—Musa Adamu, 25, Adam Musa, 40, Muhammed Jabbi, 75, and Jauro Ibrahim, 60—during the operation.

Suleiman Nguroje, the Police Public Relations Officer, issued a statement on behalf of the Command stating that the operation was completed early on December 8 (Thursday).

The agents found cellphones, chains, padlocks, blankets, kitchen tools, energy and soft drinks, and charms.

Nguroje added that the operation's success "followed a plan developed by the Command to checkmate crimes bordering on kidnapping, armed robbery, cattle rustling, and unauthorized possession of firearms, among others."

He explained that the suspects attacked the police officers and hunters in a gunfight when they saw them, which resulted in the deaths of two of them and the wounding of others.

The DPO Song, his troops, and the hunters received a lengthy appreciation from Sikiru Akande, the Commissioner of Police, for cutting off the criminal network.


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