We Are Ready To End Kidnappers Activities In Kwara – VGN Boss.

Kwara State Commandant of Vigilate Group of Nigeria (VGN), Alhaji Jimoh Abdulraheem has reiterated the commitment of his command readiness to end all nefarious activities of Kidnappers in the state.

The Commandant made this known while speaking with RealNews reporter in his office on Monday, said the group is already swung into action to get rid of Kidnappers across the state, confirming that about four Kidnappees have been rescued in Ilorin.

He added that they were rescued from the hands of Kidnappers at various hideout in the bush, maintaining that vigilante has made it tough for the Kidnappers to operate freely as there is no more hidding place for their nefarious activities in kwara.

Abdulraheem confirmed that all bonafide members of the group were well trained on how to handle various types of guns at any given time.

He lamented on the lack of emergency operations patrol vehicles and motorcycles, calling on the state government under the administration of Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq to provide logistics for the group for the effective eradication of crime in the state.

He warned those using the name of the group to perpetrate evils in order to tarnish the image of the group to desist from such acts, saying that henceforth perpetrators caught would be arrested and handed over to police for prosecution.

The Serik -ndaji of Ilorin emirate, appreciated the Emir of Ilorin, Alhaji Ibrahim Sulu Gambari for his support, disclosing that emir is always there for the group at any time of need.

He enjoined the public to urgently send save our soul alert to any of near by command for quick action to save more life and property, charging all to always be security conscious of their environment.


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