Abuja - Approximately 33 kidnappers are said to have been arrested during the police raid of a mosque in Kogi State, Naij reports.
The kidnappers, who were nabbed while holding a meeting to establish plans for their next attack, were allegedly exposed by a member of the group who had been planted by police operatives.
The sting operation, which took place during a prayer service at the mosque, were identified and handcuffed on site before being taken into the custody of police officers.
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Commodore Jerry Omodara, special adviser on security to the Kogi State Governor, confirmed the arrests while stating that the services of a Police crack detective team deployed from Abuja was yielding good results in the state, This Day reports.
Omodara has since ensured Kogi citizens of their safety and protection.
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