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Kidnappers Demand N10m To Release Ondo Teenager

The abductors of a 19-year-old girl, Adetutu Okibaloye, that was whisked away from her residence in Imoru community in Ose Local Government Area of Ondo State, have demanded N10 million for her release.

According to a source in the community, the unknown gunmen had attempted to kidnap their victim’s aunt too in their home but the aunt luckily escaped with gunshot wound.

The source said, “The aunt was shot as they were struggling to abduct the victim and her aunt.

“The aunt has been taken to a hospital where she is currently receiving treatment, men of the Amotekun corps are already on the trail of the kidnappers.”

The source also revealed that the bandits have called the family of the victim, demanding N10m ransom.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Mrs Funmilayo Odunlami, said the matter was not reported to the police formally.

“The issue at Imoru was not reported officially at the station but the DPO confirmed that the monarch of the town called him while at the collation centre that three people were abducted by unknown gunmen, while two escaped, the third person was whisked away,” she said.

Meanwhile, no fewer than 100 pupils of St David Anglican primary school, Ijomu, Akure, the Ondo State capital have been affected with the rainstorm that destroyed nine classrooms in the school.

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The rainstorm, which occurred Monday evening, blew off roofs of buildings in the school to the Oke-Ijebu main road.

The incident which was said to have happened around 6:00 p.m, on Monday caused gridlock within the axis due to the debris on the road.

The storm also ruined the equipment on the school’s playing field and tore branches off nearby trees.

The school’s headteacher, Princess Feyisola Otetubi, expressed dismay over the occurrence and described it regrettable.

Otetubi urged the ondo state government to act quickly to save the school because there was no other location for the students to be kept while they were learning owing to the rainstorm’s devastation.

Also, the chairman PTA in Akure South local government, Mr Kole Ibitoye who thanked God that the rainstorm did not strike during school hours, called on the state government to embark on full renovation of the school.

He stated that there was little the parents could do to rescue the situation.

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