“We urge the police and other security agencies to do everything possible to free the citizens as soon as possible.
“We call on the criminals behind the dastardly act to immediately and unconditionally release our people in their custody”.
According to a statement by his spokesman, Rafiu Ajakaye in Ilorin, the governor urged relations of the abductees to remain calm, assuring that the government was in constant touch with the security agencies over the development.
“Finally, we call on anyone with useful hints about the development to pass such information to the police or nearest government offices”, the statement added.
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