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Kidnapped farmer found dead after family paid N1.6m ransom in Ibadan

A farmer, Mr. Oluwole Agboola, who was final yr kidnapped in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital has been discovered lifeless.

A household supply confirmed the event to newsmen on Tuesday.
It was learnt that the dying of the farmer is coming after the household had allegedly paid the sum of 1 million, 600 and fifty thousand naira as ransom for the discharge of their kinsman.

DAILY POST recollects that Mr. Agooola was kidnapped in Ibadan, on Monday, December 28, 2020

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Agboola was kidnapped inside his farm situated at Abaodo space in Olukitibi village in Akinyele Native Authorities Space of the state by six armed males wearing navy camouflage.

It was gathered that the abductors had already collected the sum of N1.65 million as ransom from the household of the sufferer.

DAILY POST, nonetheless, gathered that the abductors went forward to kill the sufferer after the household had paid the ransom.

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A brother to the deceased, Mr Olakunle Agboola, confirmed the killing of the farmer on Tuesday.

He added that his brother was killed ten days after the abductors had collected the ransom from the household.

He mentioned, “My brother, Wole Agboola, was killed after an enormous ransom was paid and we later discovered his physique contained in the bush close to Aba Odo yesterday at 6.0 clock, only a bit near the place he was kidnapped.”.

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All efforts made by DAILY POST to get a response from Spokesman of the state Police command, Mr. Olugbenga Fadeyi proved abortive.

Calls put via his cell phone weren’t profitable whereas a message despatched to him has not been replied as on the time of submitting this report on Tuesday.

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