This group of kidnappers had already concluded an arrangement to kidnap one Ijeoma Eze-Okafor, a renowned business woman.

But the information reached the police on time and they deployed FSARS operatives to infiltrate the camp of the would-be kidnappers and act along with them.

The suspects requested for arms, ammunition and a vehicle from the agent’s provocateur (FSARS men), while the suspects, on their path sent the photographs of the target, details of her vehicle and other information to their new partners, unknown to them they were dealing with policemen.

?It took ten days for the group to plan the kidnapping of the business women. However, on the D-day, October 29, the suspects surfaced and were immediately arrested.

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?During interrogation, they gave their names as Emmanuel Okemayin, Austine Anyia and Arowosola Adewale.

It was revealed that two of the suspects, Austin Anya and Emmanuel Okemayin were both employed as drivers to the victim and victim’s husband respectively, while the third suspect, Arowosola Adewale collected the sum of 10,000 naira from the drivers to enable him hire a native doctor that will protect them after the operation.

?The suspects said that the plan to kidnap their employer derived from her wickedness.

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