Some gunmen suspected to be kidnappers Monday, invaded Oke Odan group in Apete space of Ibadan and kidnapped the son of a poultry farmer.
DAILY POST gathered that the poultry farm located at Oke Odan group, in Apete, a suburb of Ibadan, is owned by a person recognized as Mr. Odetunde.
It was gathered that the abductors who kidnapped the son of the farm proprietor invaded the world Monday night.
Our correspondent learnt that the abductors after taking pictures sporadically locally to scare residents, stormed the poultry farm and whisked the son of the proprietor of the farm away.
Although, some sources claimed that a few of the employees who have been kidnapped alongside the son of the farm proprietor have been later launched, a household supply near Adetunde, nonetheless, confirmed that solely the son was kidnapped.
Our correspondent gathered that the whereabouts of the kidnapped sufferer remains to be unknown as on the time of submitting this report.
The sufferer, in keeping with the household supply is an undergraduate of the College of Ibadan.
The household supply who spoke with DAILY POST in confidence on Monday night, added that the kidnapping of the son of the poultry proprietor has thrown Apete into confusion.
“Sure. It has been confirmed that one of many sons has been kidnapped. I learnt that he was kidnapped within the farm right now.
“They stated that once they got here, they shot into the air and kidnapped him.
“Some persons are not shifting out of the world now. It’s not a combat as some folks had insinuated, it was a case of kidnapping.”
A number of the residents of Apete and different communities in Ido Native Authorities Space stated that they’re presently holding vigil to forestall future assaults.
A resident instructed DAILY POST that, “We can’t sleep now. We have now to maintain vigil. As I used to be coming house, they blocked the highway. Individuals are actually checking automobiles and motorcyclists coming and going out of Apete.”
However all efforts made by DAILY POST to get the response of the spokesman of the State Police command, Mr. Olugbenga Fadeyi proved abortive.
Calls put via to Fadeyi’s cellphone weren’t profitable whereas an SMS despatched to him to verify the kidnapping has not been replied as on the time of submitting this report on Monday.
Kidnappers storm Ibadan group, abduct farmer’s son