The four kidnapped travellers going to Ibadan from Ekiti State last Sunday have regained their freedom after payment of N4 million ransom.
The travellers who were kidnapped along Irele and OkeAko Ekiti in Ajoni Local Council Development Area (LCDA) were returning to Ibadan after attending a ceremony in Kogi State.
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A source who spoke with newsmen yesterday said the four victims were released in a forest in Iyemero-Ekiti under Ajoni LCDA.
When contacted, the Corps Commander of Amotekun, Brigadier-General Joe Komolafe (retd) confirmed the release of the victims.
Komolafe who denied knowledge of ransom payment said the release was made possible through the joint efforts of Amotekun corps, police and the local hunters in the area.