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Ekiti Police Arrests Suspected Woman Kidnapper

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A suspected woman kidnapper, identified as Mrs Kazeem Tawa has been arrested by Ekiti Police operatives.

Police report has it that, on Thursday, January 28, 2021 at about 12.40pm (1420hrs), some residents around INEC Office, Bank Road, Ado-Ekiti raised an alarm that a strange woman, one Mrs Kazeem Tawa attempted to abduct three School Children along Bank Road, Ado-Ekiti.

The Command spokesperson, ASP Abutu Sunday, who confirmed the development said, “upon the receipt of the information from a good samaritan, a team of joint patrol, comprising the Police, Army and other security agencies put in place by the Executive Governor of Ekiti State was dispatched to the scene immediately. The team was able to rescue the children and apprehended the suspect”.

The children, he said narrated that the woman pleaded with them to help her carry her bag containing some items to an unknown destination.

“According to them, they refused initially but after a few moment of conversing with the woman, they became unconscious and started following the woman with her bag.

Items recovered from the suspect

“It took the quick intervention of some mechanics around who noticed their suspicious movement to stop them. When asked about the children, she claimed the children belong to her. But the scenario changed immediately when the children countered her that she was not their mother.

“During interrogation by the personnel of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit, the woman could not satisfactorily state her mission and reason for trying to lead the school children to an unknown destination.

“Items recovered are: charm, soft drinks, oranges, drugs, adult/children slippers, fresh banana, maggi, garri, clothes, INEC jackets, and others.

“Investigation is currently ongoing and as soon as it is completed, the suspect shall be charged to Court”, Sunday said.
The State Commissioner of Police, CP Tunde Mobayo implored the residents to be security conscious and promptly report any strange and suspicious persons found in their environs to the nearest Police Station or call 0806 233 5577.

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