Two of the occupants of a Sienna car kidnapped along 9th Mile expressway, Enugu State during the weekend have been rescued.
22-year-old Kate Oibe and Samuel Oibe,13, were rescued by the Enugu State Police Command on Monday afternoon.
The two occupants, who were travelling on a Toyota Sienna belonging to Nezam Transport Company, alongside 6 other persons from Lagos to Otukpo in Benue were kidnapped on Saturday.
The car was intercepted along 9th Mile expressway, near Enugu on Saturday and all passengers have whisked away.
On Monday morning reported that the criminal made a demand of N20 million to the Benue family for their children to be released.
They have now been rescued by the police and current at the Enugu State Command headquarters.
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