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Operatives of the Ondo State Western Security Network Agency (WSNA) codename as Amotekun Corps have arrested two minors for allegedly feigning being kidnapped.

The duo (names withheld) were nabbed after locking themselves inside a hotel room in the Akoko area of the state and demanded ransom from their parents for their release.
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The Commander of the Amotekun Corps, Adetunji Adeleye while disclosing this to newsmen said, the girls, one aged 13 and the other aged 15 hid themselves and demanded a ransom of N100,000 from their mother after faking their abduction.

He added that the two girls also threatened the monarch of the town to pay the ransom within 24 hours or ‘they would kill the abductees in their custody.’

The Amotekun Corps boss, who also doubles as the Special Adviser, Security Matters to Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, said that the teenagers were nabbed through a joint operation with the operatives of the State Security Service (SSS) after tracking the telephone line being used by the girls.
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When interrogated, the youngest of the two sisters said they spent a night in their grandma’s house and left there around 6:00 am after they had left the house.

“We left the house because my mother used to behave to us as if she is not the one that gave birth to me and decided to collect money from her,” she said

The Amotekun commandant said the two minors from Oka-Akoko, kidnapped themselves and demanded N100,000 ransom from their parents and the traditional ruler of the community.

‘’They were later arrested in a hotel after staying there for three days. Their parent raised the alarm that their children were kidnapped and reported at the Amotekun office, and we swung into action but when they called for ransom we tracked the phone number they used and we were able to arrest them, but the young girls attributed their action to the ill-treatment by their mother.
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We appreciate the Department of State Service (DSS) for assisting us in apprehending them. When they were negotiating, they even threatened the traditional ruler that if the ransom was not paid within two hours, they are going to kill the victims without knowing that they are the criminals perpetrating the act.” he said

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