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Hundreds of kidnapping-ravaged Community Development Associations in Ogun state have launched traditional rights missiles against the hoodlums who abduct residents .
PLATFORM TIMES gathered exclusively that the leadership of the affected communities had unanimously agreed to go traditional way to send their tormentors away from their communities.
PLATFORM TIMES further gathered that
Adio Ajegunle Community Development Council which comprises hundreds of houses located at Soyoye-rounder in Abeokuta .
It was further gathered that the traditional exercise has been extended to the neighbouring communities such as Idiya, Adehun, Mile 2, Asipa, Owedotun all in the Abeokuta-North local government area of the state .
Recall that a lot of residents of the communities have been kidnapped and got freedom after the payment of ransom.
Apparently being fed up with the havoc being wrecked in their communities by the hoodlums who invaded houses, worship centres among others and kidnapped residents , the communities have resolved to carrying sacrifices to appease to the gods .
PLATFORM TIMES obtained a copy of notification of the planned exercise scheduled for Saturday , asking all the CDAs Chairmen to notify their members in the affected areas
The notification read this ” Pls (please) be informed that there is an urgent traditional right that will take place within ADIO Ajegunle as from10 pm tomorrow night: let all the cda’s chairmen pass d message across their various cda’s.
“This involved all other neighbouring towns ; diya, Adehun, Mile 2, Asipa and Owedotun.
“The date for the traditional right is tomorrow Saturday , 19th of November, 2022.”
PLATFORM TIMES reports that million of naira had been obtained in form of ransom by the kidnappers contributed by the family and friends of the victims .
The latest kidnappings was the abduction of the visually impaired lady Hannah Opeyemi who was released after a sum of N2m ransom was paid .
Also, a man was killed kidnapers who later took away his wife away and collected N2m ransom before the release of the widow.
A mosque in the community was also invaded by the kidnappers who took three worshipers away and released them after ransoms were paid .
An investor was also kidnapped while planning to establish a farming business in Isaga-Orile . N30 million was paid as ransom before the kidnappers released the woman and two others including a civil servant .
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