The Particular Job Power, Operation Protected Haven (OPSH) in Plateau and components of Kaduna and Bauchi States, has rescued a kidnapped sufferer.

The sufferer, Mr Kelvin Eze, is a pupil of King’s School, Gana Ropp, Barkin Ladi Native Authorities Space of Plateau, who was kidnapped on April 29.

Maj. Ibrahim Shittu, the Media Officer of the taskforce, disclosed this in a press release on Sunday in Jos.

He added that the sufferer was rescued by the troopers on Could 1, at about 8:35 pm.

Recall that gunmen invaded the school within the early hours of Thursday, April 29, and kidnapped one of many college students.

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Shittu, who didn’t disclose the place the sufferer was rescued, mentioned he was rescued unharmed and with out ransom.

He defined that the feat was achieved through intense and sustained search and rescue operations carried out by the troops.

“Our troops on Saturday, Could 1, at about 08:35 pm rescued Mr Kelvin Eze, the coed of King’s School, Gana Ropp in Barkin-Ladi, who was kidnapped by bandits on April 29.

“This was achieved by the sustained search and rescue operation by the troops, and with out fee of ransom, the coed was rescued.

“The rescued pupil who’s hale and hearty has since been reunited with different college students within the school.

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“The well timed intervention of safety personnel pressured the bandits to desert the opposite abductees as effectively,” he mentioned.

Shittu assured that OPSH would proceed to work to make sure the protection of lives and property and in the direction of entrenching lasting peace throughout its joint areas of operation.

The media officer additional referred to as on the residents of the state to help and cooperate with the duty pressure by offering helpful data that may stem the tide of insecurity within the State.

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