Osinbajo Summons IGP Over Kidnap Of German Archaeologists

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Professor Peter Breunig: one of the Kidnapped Germans 

The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, was on Thursday summoned by the Acting President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo over the abduction of two German archaeologists, Prof. Peter Breunig and Mr Johannes Behringer in Kaduna State.

It was gathered that the Acting President was briefed by the IGP on efforts the security operatives have made so far in rescuing the victims.

According to the Police boss, a team of Special Police Forces and Police Investigators have been dispatched to work in synergy with the police command in Kaduna State and indigenes of towns and surrounding villages where the archaeologists were kidnapped.

The Special Police Forces comprise of Intelligence Response Team (IRT), the Technical Intelligence Unit (TIU), the Anti Kidnapping Unit, the Counter Terrorism Unit (CTU), the Police Mobile Force and Police Surveillance Helicopters.

The Special Investigation Team on Kidnapping and Terrorism Cases under the Command of the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Department of Operations, is also participating in the rescue operation.

The kidnapped archaeologists, working in collaboration with National Commission for Museum and Monument on the relics of NOK Culture in Nigeria, were kidnapped on 22 February  at an excavation site in Kadarko Local Government Area of Kaduna State.

Two members of the local community in company of the Germans were killed during the kidnap

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