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Expatriates abducted in Gabon, Nigerian negotiators regain freedom

Expatriates kidnapped in Gabon and Nigerian negotiators held captive have been rescued.

They have been freed on Saturday in Tombia, a creek in Bille waterways, Degema Native Authorities Space of Rivers State.

The victims included six Chinese language, three Indonesians, one Gabonese and 4 Nigerians that had gone to facilitate their launch.

Males of the 29 Battalion, Nigeria Military with help from native vigilante, took half within the operation.

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Commanding Officer, 29 Battalion, Lt. Col. Mohammed Yahaya, spoke to reporters on the 6 Division, Nigeria Military, Bori Camp in Port Harcourt.

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The officer disclosed {that a} ransom of $300,000 was paid earlier than the navy intervened.

“As they have been about bringing them out of the creeks, that they had points that made them even vulnerable to kidnapping once more.

“Males of the 29 Battalion, underneath the 6 Division, at the side of native vigilantes launched an operation and have been in a position to rescue them.

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“They’ve a trolley, Socipeg, registered in Gabon. It was in the middle of their fishing actions that they have been kidnapped,” Yahaya stated.

All the previous hostages have been handed over to the Division of State Providers (DSS). The company will perform additional investigation.

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