Driver and 6 other kidnappers apprehended by the police after collecting 9 million ransom from his boss

Six kidnappers and a driver have been apprehended by the operatives of the Inspector-General of Police Intelligence Response Team (IGP-IRT) for the abduction of Mr. Nemi Adoki, the driver's boss, who paid ransom of about 9 million for his freedom.

Adoki was released after 21 days, following a payment of N9million ransom. He was kept in captivity in the Creeks of Akuku-Toru LGA of Rivers State. According to the Police, the kidnappers were arrested between 15 January and 2 February from locations in Rivers and Bayelsa states.

The apprehended suspects are Justice Timothy 22; Akpos Livinus, 33; Daniel Allen, 27; Kelvin Alpheus, 30; David Abak, 29; and Tekena Silva, 26. According to the Police, Timothy, the gang leader, is proficient in the use of AK 47.

He is alleged to have killed Maikano Abudullahi and was in charge of negotiations for the release of Mr.Adoki. He got N1.8million out the ransom. Livinus, revealed the Police, was the coordinator of the gang’s operations.

He made arrangements for weapons used in the operation and found where their victim was held in the creeks. He got N1.2milion. Allen, said the Police, featured in kidnap and negotiations, efforts that got him N1 million.

For Alpheus, his job was cooking and running errands for the gang and hostages. He was rewarded with N400,000, half of what was paid to Abak, driver of the operational vehicle used for the kidnap.

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