BREAKING NEWS: Two Star General Abducted In Lagos State By A Suspected Gunmen

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Air Vice Marshal Sikiru Smith (retd.), has been abducted by a Suspected gunmen in the Ajah area of Lagos State.

Lagos State Public Relations Officer, Ade Ajisebutu who confirmed the incident said that the command is currently working on the safe return of the retired general.

Smith is a cousin to a former Inspector-General of Police and current Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Musiliu Smith.

The retired general, who is currently the Chairman of Double Wealth Ventures Limited – a dredging and engineering firm – was supervising work on a site in the Ajah area of Lagos State on Monday when masked gunmen invaded the place and shot sporadically.

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The gunmen were said to have whisked the retired general away in a waiting speedboat and sped away.

According to an SOS voice note shared by his driver, Corporal Odiji, the retired AVM engaged in a struggle with the gunmen before he was subdued.

Odiji stated, “This is an emergency. I am Corporal Odiji attached to Air Vice Marshal Smith. They just abducted him from the site where we were working.

Some gunmen who were wearing masks just came and snatched my boss now. They shot everywhere. I was near where I was fixing my boss’ vehicle.

“As I was coming, I saw them leaving in a boat but I wasn’t armed so I just ran to the site and I saw his glasses and where he struggled with them. Please pass this information. It is an emergency.”

Leakblast.com also learnt that the state also witnessed three other kidnap cases in less than 24 hours.

They include and unidentified couple picked in Dopemu , Agege, another at Admiralty Way, Lekki and Festac town.

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