Kidnappers of Ejigbo LCDA chairman demand $1 million ransom (PICTURED)

KEHINDE-BAMIGBETAN

by Isi Esene

The abductors of Kehinde Bamigbetan, the Chairman of Ejigbo Local Council Development Area (LCDA), have reportedly demanded a $1m ransom.

Bamigbetan was said to have been kidnapped by four gunmen while he was on his way back home from an event.

The victim resides at Ona Iwa Mimo Street, Ori Oke before Egbe Bridge in Ejigbo.

The abductors reportedly called his wife to make the ransom demands and threatened to take his life if the demands are not met. Bamigbetan’s phone line has been switched off.

Bamigbetan was the former Chief Press Secretary to immediate past Governor of the state, Sen. Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

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  1. The lagos state police command must not allow this to stand in lagos. Kidnapping isn't our way of life in South West, especially lagos. South Western youths found culpable in this, must face the rthym of their actions.

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