Abductors Of Lagos State Expatriate Demand N155M Ransom

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The kidnappers of the Lagos State expatriate contractor working on the expansion of the Epe Township project in Lagos have demanded N155 million ransom for his freedom.

The expatriate, one of the workers working for Granebury Construction was kidnapped while working on site on Monday evening.

A Police source who doesn’t want his name in print said the kidnappers had demanded N155 million to secure the release of the expatriate.

It was gathered that, Police had stepped up both land and aerial surveillance and were combing every nooks and crannies of Epe to rescue the expatriate.

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