Police deploys helicopters, sniffer dogs in search of kidnapped CBN Gov’s wife

The Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris has deployed helicopters along the Benin-Agbor Road, in a bid to track the abductors of the wife of the CBN Governor, Margaret Emefiele.

Margaret was abducted on Thursday alongside four other persons along the benin-Agbor road, as the abductors are demanding a N100m ransom.

A source told Punch, “We received information on Thursday that the CBN governor’s wife was abducted alongside three women and a male driver. They were on their way to Agbor, Delta State, where she hails from.

“We have deployed policemen, helicopters and sniffer dogs and we will arrest the suspects very soon.”

Another source said, “The kidnappers did not know the identity of the woman; preliminary investigation indicated that the gang just got her by chance. They have contacted her husband and they are demanding for N100m cash.”

“We actually wanted to keep the incident under wraps until the woman has been rescued, because the exposure of the victim’s identity may complicate the case; this is our fear.

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