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RIVERS: How we rescued King Aaron Ikuru – Police

•Wariboko Basoene arrested

THE State Police Command has explained how it rescued the Okama of Ikuru, King Aaron Miller Ikuru, from the clutches of his abductors.

King Ikuru was rescued, two days ago, after spending five weeks in his kidnappers’ den and the explanation from the police is in fulfilment of the promise made by the command’s public relations officer, Nnamdi Omoni, in the wake of the abduction, to address the public.

According to a statement from Omoni, the command has arrested one Wariboko Basoene, in connection with the kidnap of King Aaron Miller Ikuru.

The statement read in part, “The monarch was released last night at a forest in Abissa, Akuku Toru Local Government Area, where he had been held in captivity for a month now.

“His release was as a result of a robust synergy with the Navy, where through collaborative efforts, both agencies from inception, worked relentlessly and with the aid of technical assistance, among other measures led to his release.

“Recall that the Monarch was abducted on 21/2/2021 from his home town Ikuru and taken to an unknown destination.

“However, the Police in the wake of the incident, deployed strategically and mounted unassailable pressure on the Kidnappers.

“In one of such pressures, the King’s clothes and Hat were recovered at a creek, while one Wariboko Basoene was arrested.

“In the course of investigation, the suspect who made useful confessions to the Police finally led the Operatives to a forest in Abissa, where the Monarch was eventually rescued, unhurt.

“Narrating his ordeal in the hands of his abductors, the Royal father who was in an expansive mood, candidly expressed gratitude to God Almighty for his release, using the instrumentality of the Police and others who contributed directly or indirectly to his release.”

Imoni added that Rivers Commissioner of Police, CP Eboka Friday had also led some of his officers to the residence of the monarch.

CP Eboka was quoted as saying during the visit that he was confronted with the case of the kidnapped monarch on assumption of duty in Rivers, but he, however, put in place adequate machinery to ensure the safe and unconditional release of the King and his kinsman( the Lecturer) kidnapped simultaneously.

Imoni further revealed in the statement that last week, the Rivers State Council of Traditional Rulers had summoned the CP to their Secretariat and charged him to redouble efforts and ensure that their colleague was released in record time.

“Interestingly, less than three days after the charge, the Monarch was released to the Glory of God, to reunite with his Council Members and his family and friends.” the statement added.

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