Two junior staffers of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) have been abducted alongside another victim around the Isara axis of the road situated within Ogun State end of the expressway at exactly 6.45 a.m yesterday.
The victims were said to be on their way back to Lagos from Ibadan before the car in which they were travelling broke down around the Isara axis of Sagamu, Ogun State at about 6.45am, and while in the process of fixing the car, the gunmen emerged from the bush and marched them into the bush.
The Executive Secretary of Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB), Tope Adaramola confirmed that those abducted were junior workers of the council, that their salaries were not up to N60, 000.
At the time of filing this report the kidnappers had contacted the management demanding N20 million each for the victims to regain freedom.
“The victims, two of whom are workers of an insurance umbrella body in Lagos were on their way back to Lagos from Ibadan.”
The company scribe explained that, in the process of fixing the car, four gunmen, cladded in military camouflage emerged from the bush and marched the three victims into the bush.
The council spokeperson, Dele Ayeleso, said the kidnappers later make use of mobile phone of one of the victims to demand ransom and also treating that if they did not receive money, that victims will be killed immediately.