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Kidnapped retired immigration officer, found dead

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A retired officer of the Nigeria Immigration Service, Mr. Jacob Agada, was found dead few hours after he was kidnapped by unknown gunmen in Nasarawa State.

The tragic incident occurred on Thursday night, April 6, 2023 when the deceased was returning to his residence in Ombi II, Lafia Local Government Area of the state.

According to reports, Mr. Agada was kidnapped around 9pm on that fateful night.

His lifeless body was discovered few hours later along the road, beside Golden Embassy Hotel, Ombi II-Lafia. He was 64 years old.

The news of Mr. Agada’s death has generated concerns from the residents of the area.

They have expressed their worries about the rising spate of insecurity and called on the relevant authorities to urgently intervene in order to safeguard lives and property.

A community leader, Danladi, expressed his concern that the area is gradually becoming a kidnappers’ den.

The security situation in the area has become unbearable for the residents, and they are calling on the government to take decisive action to improve security.

It would be recalled that the Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule, had recently raised an alarm over the activities of criminal elements in the state.

He had during a security meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja, disclosed that the state was under siege by kidnappers, bandits, and other criminal elements.

The Governor had also expressed his administration’s commitment towards tackling the security challenges facing the state, stating that efforts were being made to improve security in the state.

The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in the state, ASP Ramhan Nansel, confirmed the incident, and assured the residents that the police would leave no stone unturned in ensuring that the culprits are brought to justice.

ASP Nansel also urged residents of the state to be vigilant and report any suspicious movement or activity to the nearest police station.

This article was updated 3 months ago


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