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Militants Kidnap Three Landlords In Lagos

– Militants seem to have renewed their activities in Lagos as three landlords were kidnapped

– The police confirmed the kidnapping and promised to rescue the victims

– The suspected militants disguised as soldiers and led the victims away through the creeks.

The New Haven Estate has been gripped with fear following the abduction of three landlords by armed men who disguised as soldiers and suspected to be militants. The Punch reports that the militants invaded the estate located in Igbelaju, in the Iba area of Lagos on Saturday and on Monday. During the first attack on Saturday, the suspected militants abducted one Mrs. Nwoche from her residence and she has yet to be released.

Two days after, they struck again and abducted two landlords who were driving out of the estate and ordered them to the creek at gunpoint.
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