Great Job: Nigerian police rescued Kidnapped Victim, vows to end kidnapping.

Mr John Akombo, a Nigerian Breweries distributor was abducted by heavily armed unknown gun men on Tuesday while he was in is office. the Kidnapper stormed the 61 year old man’s office with Honda pilot jeep and forcefully dragged the victim into their tinted jeep and drove off.

Unfortunately for the kidnapper, an eye witness of the crime immediately called the police and at the same time picked his car and followed them simultaneously. The police on being informed acted with the highest level of urgency. The security joint taskforce from the Area Command get hot chase to the abductors from JS Tarka Way, overpowered them and rescued the abductee around Mbaamandev, Mkar-Ameladu road, Gboko.

When contacted, the Area commander, Gboko, ACP Agene Emmanuel, who declined comment, referred Daily Sunto Sunthe Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO).

The PPRO, DSP Catherine Anene, who spoke to Daily Sun by phone, confirmed the report, disclosing that the timely information by members of the public helped the police to quickly trail the abductors.

“The police gave the abductors a hot chase and when they saw that there was no way for them any longer, they abandoned their victim, their vehicle and ran into the forest,” Anene said.

Anene explained further that security agencies were still combing the area to apprehend the fleeing kidnappers.

It was gathered that the abductors escaped with bullet wounds to Mkar Hill, abandoning their Honda Pilot Jeep, which was later taken to the police station in Gboko

Narrating his ordeal to Daily Sun, the rescued victim, Akombo, said the armed abductors numbering four came in a tinted bulletproof arsh color Honda Pilot Jeep, approached him in his office and forced him into their vehicle.

“After we left my office, my son picked my car, followed us behind closely and alerted the police officers on patrol who trailed, opened fire on the abductors, wasted their front tyre and overpowered them around Mbaamandev Mkar-Ameladu road, and I was rescued, Glory be to God and police,” he said.

Wife of the rescued victim Mrs Rebecca Akombo, who spoke with Daily Sun amid tears of joy, praised God for saving her husband from the hands of his abductors.