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Police debunks purported kidnap of 18 traders in Kogi

The Kogi State Police Command has debunked media experiences that eighteen (18) merchants have been kidnapped within the State.

An announcement issued by the Command’s Public Relations Officer, DSP William Ovye Aya on Friday, mentioned the experiences flying spherical in some on-line media ( NOT DAILY POST) was deceptive and pretend, urging most people to ignore such information.

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Aya acknowledged categorically that no such incident occurred nor was reported wherever in Kogi State.

His phrases” The information of the purported kidnap of the 18 Kano merchants in Kogi State is faux and able to deceptive the general public on the Safety state of affairs within the State.

“It’s pertinent to let the general public bear in mind that the Kogi State Police Command in collaboration with different safety companies is set to ensure the safety of lives and property within the state.

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“The Commissioner of Police Ede Ayuba Ekpeji psc urges members of the Press in addition to social media handlers to at all times discover out the true nature of the incident and its location earlier than publishing the story in order to not misinform most people and create distrust among the many good individuals of Kogi State and Nigeria basically”.

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