Kidnapping Is Good Business- ‘Kidnappers Drive The Best Cars’

The arms of law caught up with a kidnapper identified as Bernard Okoro, who was arrested alongside five others for kidnapping a businessman in Agbara area of Ogun State.

Paraded before the Special Anti-Robbery Squad in Lagos State, the suspect kidnapping is tempting because kidnappers live large in his hometown.

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According to the police, some of the suspects were also involved in the kidnapping of a Briton, Lee Dixon, near the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in 2013.

Okoro is said to be the half-brother of a kidnapping kingpin, Samuel Peter, aka K Boy, who masterminded the Briton’s kidnap.

According to the police, K Boy owns a big house in the highbrow area of Imo State and also drives the latest Honda MDX Sports Utility Vehicle and a Land Rover LR3.

K boy was also said to own an uncompleted building in the Okota area of Lagos as well as another uncompleted building in the Agbara area of Ogun State.

Okoro, who seemed remorseful, said he was not a kidnapper, but he knew that his brother was into the illegitimate business and had also aided his brother in escaping when the police were on his trail.

“K Boy and I share the same mother but have different fathers. I am from Ohafia Local Government in Abia State. His friends and him , who are into kidnapping live large in my village. They drive the latest cars,” he said.

It was learnt that after Okoro was arrested in Lagos, the police attempted to use him in tracking K boy, but Okoro alerted him and he fled to Imo State.

The Officer in charge of SARS, Abba Kyari, was said to have deployed a team of policemen to Imo State where K boy was found in a hotel.

K boy was said to have entered into his SUV and burst the gates open.

“Someone had alerted K boy of our presence and he suddenly jumped into his vehicle and rammed through the rear gate of the hotel. He was firing at policemen who were on his trail. Policemen returned fire and K boy lost control and his vehicle fell into a gutter,” a police source said.

It was gathered that K boy died at a hospital soon after.

Meanwhile, K boy’s accomplices identified as Ugochukwu Ezeoma, Samuel Oha, Obinna Ohuoha, James Emoh and Hebeeb Garba, told PUNCH Metro that they played minor roles in the kidnapping have been arrested SARS men in Lagos

Police Public Relations Officer, Ngozi Braide, who confirmed the incident said the suspects would soon be charged to court.

Category: Bizarre & Strange News

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