Ekiti School Children Abducted Along Emure Eporo Road Regain Freedom

Taiwo Ajayi
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In a heartening turn of events, the nine school pupils and teachers who fell victim to a harrowing abduction along Emure Eporo road last week have been successfully released at 2 am today.

The Chairman of Emure Local Government, Mr. Adebayo Oluwatosin, provided confirmation of this positive development during an interview with radio Nigeria.

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According to Mr. Oluwatosin, the relieved victims are now safely situated in the welcoming confines of the palace of the Elemure of Emure Ekiti. However, amidst the joyous news, a somber note emerged as it was revealed that the driver of the school bus met a tragic end during the abduction.

Nevertheless, the remaining eight individuals have regained their freedom, marking a significant relief for both the community and the families affected.

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Despite the elation surrounding the release, official confirmation from the police is still pending, leaving a veil of uncertainty over the circumstances of the incident.

As the community grapples with the aftermath of this ordeal, attention now turns to the authorities to provide clarity and ensure that justice prevails in the face of such a heinous act.

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