Kidnappers kidnap two brothers, demand N15 million

Two siblings, Esther Kehinde, 20, and David Kehinde, 15, were abducted from Oremeji Street, Joga Orile area of ​​Ayetoro, Yewa North Local Government. Ogun State. The brothers were abducted from their residence around 9:00 pm Tuesday while they were both washing their school uniforms. A witness, who does not want to be named for security reasons, told a PREMIUM TIMES reporter that the armed kidnappers entered the house, grabbed the brothers and forced their way out of the premises. Approximately 12 hours after the kidnapping, the kidnappers contacted the family requesting N15 million before the children could be released. “They arrived at our house around 9:00 pm, right behind our house, where David and his sister were washing the uniform. His grandfather was also sitting there when the kidnappers appeared and grabbed the two of them. “The grandfather challenged them but one of them hit the man on the head and he immediately passed out. Her mother heard the noise and ran away, but she met strong resistance from the kidnappers. “They fired into the air for a few minutes before running off.” Contacted, Ogun State Police Command spokesman Abimbola Oyeyemi confirmed the incident and said the police are handling the matter. “We would also like to use this medium to call on the family of the victims to help us in any conversations with these thugs.” ‘Horrible Incident’ Meanwhile, a pressure group, the North Yewa Patriotic Forum, expressed its displeasure over the incident, saying the state is no longer safe for residents. The group, in a statement signed by its secretary, Ganiu Fatolu, and made available to PREMIUM TIMES, called on law enforcement to fulfill their responsibilities. The statement reads in part: “We are deeply devastated by the horrific incident that took place not far from a police station. As the kidnappers fired into the air for minutes, they were left to have a picnic. “As an association that fights for the interests of our people, we can only appeal to law enforcement, especially the police, to be aware of their responsibilities and ensure the safe return of these two young but promising men. “Although we understand that the state is no longer safe for citizens, not to mention investors, but our case in the Yewa axis is more than terrible. People now hold vigils to protect their families. “Well, we know that this time too shall pass. But, we must all remember, that one king who turned a town into a city and the other who turned a city into a town will not be forgotten. But what they will be remembered for will be for the evil or the good they did during their time. Read More Related News Here Let here it in the comment below if you do have an opinion on this; Kidnappers kidnap two brothers, demand N15 million