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Son Of Deputy Senate President, Omo-Agege’s Aide Abducted As Police Launches Manhunt In Delta




The Police in Delta State has launched a manhunt for those who abducted Chris Oghojafor, son of a Senior Legislative aide to Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, the Deputy Senate President.

BIGPENNGR.COM reports that suspected kidnappers on Friday seized of the final year student of the Delta State University, Abraka, Ethiope-East Local Government Area of the state.

His whereabout remained unknown since then but the abductors were said to have contacted members of his family demanding a ransom of N50 million for his release.

State Police Public Relations officer DSP Edafe Bright, who confirmed the kidnap on Monday, that the police were already aware of the kidnap case and were making effort to rescue the victim unhurt.
The father of the victim, John Oghojafor, Eqs. who is also a journalist, disclosed that the kidnappers called his wife to demand the N50 million ransom, but later negotiated to N3 million.
He said, “They kidnapped my son since Friday night. They called my wife to demand for N50 million. Later, they negotiated to N3 million.”
Oghojafor, who appealed to the kidnappers to release his son unhurt, said Chris was just a student who was planning to be a better person in society.
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