The abducted wife and daughter of Nigerian Supreme Court Justice Bode Rhodes-Vivour have been freed, Sahara Reporters reports.
The two were abducted on May 10, 2013 by unknown gunmen while traveling to Benin city, the Edo State capital.
Details about the release are yet or unknown, nor is there information on whether a ransom was paid to secure their release.
The marriage ceremony of the daughter was originally billed for last weekend but was postponed indefinitely with mother and daughter still missing.
The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Aloma Mariam Mukhtar, in company of some justices of the apex court, on Friday paid a solidarity visit to the Rhodes-Vivours Lagos home.