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4 FRSC officers rescued, 6 others still in captivity

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Tuesday confirmed that four of its officers abducted by bandits in Nasarawa State on Monday had been rescued with the help of other security agencies.

The Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria.

2 killed, 10 missing in bandit attack on FRSC personnel in Nasarawa

Police nab man for stealing FRSC vehicle in Abuja

Twenty six personnel of FRSC were reportedly attacked while traveling from Sokoto and Kebbi States Command of the Corps for a training programme at FRSC Academy, Udi on Monday.

Two were killed, 10 unaccounted for, eight escaped unhurt and six were injured.

Kazeem said seven of the attacked officers were currently receiving treatment in Abuja, adding that six were still abducted.

“Two died on Monday. Presently, seven officers are receiving treatment in Abuja,” he said.

Kazeem said the deceased would be buried according to their religion, adding that necessary arrangements had been made concerning their funerals. (NAN)

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4 FRSC officers rescued, 6 others still in captivity

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Tuesday confirmed that four of its officers abducted by bandits in Nasarawa State on Monday had been rescued with the help of other security agencies.

The Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria.

2 killed, 10 missing in bandit attack on FRSC personnel in Nasarawa

Police nab man for stealing FRSC vehicle in Abuja

Twenty six personnel of FRSC were reportedly attacked while traveling from Sokoto and Kebbi States Command of the Corps for a training programme at FRSC Academy, Udi on Monday.

Two were killed, 10 unaccounted for, eight escaped unhurt and six were injured.

Kazeem said seven of the attacked officers were currently receiving treatment in Abuja, adding that six were still abducted.

“Two died on Monday. Presently, seven officers are receiving treatment in Abuja,” he said.

Kazeem said the deceased would be buried according to their religion, adding that necessary arrangements had been made concerning their funerals. (NAN)

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