Jubilation As Kidnapped Delta LG boss Regains Freedom
Hon. Aduge Okorodudu
The kidnapped chairman of Warri North council area of Delta State, Hon. Aduge Okorodudu, has been freed from his abductors after being kidnapped along Mabiaku Road, near Nana Model College, Warri around 8pm on Saturday August 8.
The Nation reported that Okorodudu was released in the early hours of Tuesday August 11, and a source claimed that some money was paid as ransom for his release.
Delta State Police Command spokesperson, DSP Onome Onowakpoyeya who confirmed the release of the Local Government Chairman said;
“It is true. He has been released but we are yet to get the details”.
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