26 Kidnapped FRSC Officials Regain Freedom – Nasarawa Gov, Abdullahi Sule
Twenty-six officials of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) who were kidnapped along Mararaban-Udege in Nasarawa State have regained their freedom.
Governor Abdullahi Sule disclosed this on Monday at the Government House in Lafia, the state capital.
The officials were travelling for a training programme at FRSC Academy in Udi when they were attacked by suspected bandits.
Speaking after the last 7 officials were released, Governor Sule thanked everyone who worked hard to ensure that the FRSC officials regained their freedom.
He said the recent release led to the complete freedom of the FRSC operatives that were abducted last week.
Four of the officials had earlier been rescued by security personnel on September 15, a day after 10 officers of the corps were seized in an attack by suspected bandits.
Governor Sule expressed;
All the twenty-something officials of the Federal Road Safety Corps that were kidnapped, all of them were released yesterday.
I want to thank all the security (agencies) and those that have worked very hard to ensure that we achieve that feat.
I want to thank them for all the efforts they are making to ensure that Nasarawa remains safe.