Breaking! Kidnappers demand N1.2 billion to release Lagos landlords

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LAGOS – The kidnappers, who abducted four landlords around Lekki Gardens Estate, in the Isheri North area of Lagos State, have demanded N300m each to release their victims.

The assailants called family members of their victims on Sunday to make the demand, threatening to harm the landlords if the demand was not met.
They were said to have shot sporadically into the air before taking away their victims in a speedboat. Those who escaped the attack said they hid in the water for over one hour until security operatives arrived in the area.

A source in the community said they demanded ransom, describing the demand as unrealistic.

He said, “They have made contact and they asked for N300m for each of the victims. They said they would communicate where they would drop the money. But we all know that the demand is unrealistic. Where do they expect the families to get N1.2bn from?”

The source added that landlords in all the estates had started a series of meetings to find a way out of the conundrum, adding that the incident was unprecedented in the community.

Meanwhile, the Assistant Inspector-General of Police in charge of Zone 2 Police Command, Lagos, Abdulmajid Ali, has raised a team to go after the hoodlums..

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