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Abducted Lagos fire service director regains freedom

Abducted Lagos fire service director regains freedom
April 10
08:49 2019

Rasaki Musibau, acting director of the Lagos fire service, and six others who were abducted on Saturday have regained freedom.

The victims were abducted along the Itoikin-Epe road in Ikosi-Ejirin local council development area in Ikorodu, Lagos.

Confirming their release in a statement issued on Wednesday morning, Bala Elkana, public relations officer, Lagos state police command, said they were rescued on Tuesday night while a frantic search is ongoing to nab their abductors.

“The Acting Lagos fire service boss and six others who were abducted were rescued unhurt,” the statement read.


“Director of Lagos State Fire Service, Rasaki  Musibau, and six others kidnapped on April 9, 2019 at about 8:00pm, at Ketu-Ereyun, Ikorodu were released unhurt by their abductors.

“The victims have since been reunited with their families.

“The Command’s Tactical teams are still in the creeks and forests combating the hoodlums.


“A water-tight security measures are emplaced across the State to forestall future occurrence.

“The Command deeply appreciate the supports of Lagos State Government and the good people of Lagos State who stood by us and also provided useful information that facilitated the prompt rescue of the victims. Together we will continue to make Lagos State one of the safest states in Nigeria.”


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