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Police confirm abduction of female entrepreneur in Bayelsa

30 June 2015, 16:41

Yenagoa - The Police command in Bayelsa on Tuesday confirmed the kidnap of Mrs Martha Nestor Binabora, an executive of Seleyibo Multi-Global Compay Ltd, Yenagoa.

In a statement issued by the spokesperson of the command, Mr Asinim Butswat in Yenagoa, the kidnappers were dressed in military camouflage uniforms.

"Five unknown gunmen, who dressed in military camouflage uniforms, went to the premises of Seleyibo Multi-Global Company Ltd, Agbura, Yenagoa Local Government Area, on Monday.

"They called the director of the company, Mrs Martha Nestor Binabor, 48, outside the company's gate for a talk.

"Consequently, they forced her into an ash coloured Toyota Camry Car with unknown registration number and chassis number JTDBE32K620105302.

Also read: Man, 25, in court for alleged abduction

"They drove to Otuokpoti Sand Dump in Ogbia Local Government Area, where they set the car ablaze and took the victim into a waiting speedboat and sped off to an unknown destination.

"The Marine Police, JTF and the Anti kidnapping unit have been alerted; manhunt has been launched to rescue the victim and arrest the abductors.

"Investigation is already ongoing,” the police stressed.

The command had on June 25 rescued two expatriate construction workers abducted in Ogbia.

The gunmen had also killed two policemen attached to Pache Construction company, Onuegbum, on June 24 and abducted two Lebanese nationals working with the company.



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