Warning: Kidnappers back in Esanland in Edo State – see hotspot

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Kidnappers are back in Esanland in Igueben, as over 11 persons have been abducted over the past two weeks.

The victims have all been released after families coughed out ransoms to the abductors.

The prominent Edo indigenes were released in Ugboha road after spending five days in their captor’s den.

The kidnappers are believed to be within 1 kilometre of Ufua Secondary School, especially on the right side when coming back from Igueben to Uromi.

The Standard Gazette learned that three people were kidnapped at the same location on Friday, 21 April.

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