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Police DPO, CSP Ibrahim Ishaq is freed from Kidnappers Den

CSP Ibrahim Ishaq, DPO of the Police Department, has been released from kidnappers’ custody.
The Divisional Police Officer, CSP Ibrahim Aliyu Ishaq, was freed after roughly a week in the kidnappers’ den.

Following the arrest of certain suspects in the kidnapping, police officers under the command of CP Philip Aliyu Ogbadu leapt into action and secured Ishaq’s release, according to PRNigeria.

Last week, Ishaq, a Divisional Police Officer in Charge of Fugar, was abducted along the Ise River on the old Auchi-Ekperi-Agenebode road in Edo State.

The kidnappers had called the police officer’s family to demand a ransom payment.

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Prior to his deployment to Edo a few years ago, CSP Ishaq worked as a DPO in Kano State’s Dakata Police Division.

This is a story about growth.

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