Kidnappers Murder Pastor After Collecting N2m Ransom

April 5, 2021
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Dreaded kidnappers have killed a Lagos-based pastor, Frederick Aramuwa after collecting N2 million ransom.

He was kidnapped while travelling along the Ipele/Idoani Road in Ondo State

Aramuwa who was travelling from Lagos to his hometown, Ifira-Akoko in Ondo State had reportedly been missing since March 31.

His kidnappers reportedly demanded for N10 million ransom, which was reduced to N2 million after negotiations.

Channels Television gathered that after the N2 million ransom was paid, it was the lifeless body of the pastor that was discovered in the forest. His remains have since been deposited in the morgue at the General Hospital, Ipe-Akoko.

Ondo State Police Command, DSP Tee-Leo Ikoro who confirmed the death of the pastor said the deceased’s remains were discovered tied to a tree in the forest.

Ikoro added that other persons kidnapped along with the pastor have been rescued by the police and efforts to arrest those behind the abduction and murder is ongoing. 

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