KIDNAPPED UNIPORT LECTURER RELEASED AFTER NEARLY ONE MONTH IN KIDNAPPERS’ DEN, AS MONARCH REMAINS IN CAPTIVITY
A Linguistics Lecturer and Head of Department of Linguistics and Communications Studies at the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT), Dr. Jones Ayuwo who was kidnapped by unknown gunmen has now been released, four days away from one month in the hands of his captors.
First President-General of Obolo Youth Coalition Worldwide, Hon. Ijonama Mkpon Amon and the spokesman of the Rivers State Police Command, Nnamdi Omoni confirmed his release to brave Views on telephone Tuesday morning.
Recall that Dr. Jones Ayuwo was abducted in Febuary 21, 2021.
He is an indigene of Ataba town, in AndoniLocal Government Area of the State.
Upon his abduction, the Obolo Youth leader in a statement told Brave Views that Ayuwo was intercepted and abducted whike returning from Awut-Obolo, a community in Andoni where his team went for a voluntary mission bothering on translation of the Holy Bible to Andoni language.
He has since been reunited with his family members, who sang a mini songs and praise in his family house this morning.
In the meantime, the King of Ikuru Town in the same Andoni Local Government Area, Dr. Aaron Miller Ikuru who was kidnapped same same night with the UNIPORT lecturer, is yet to be released, as he still remains in captivity of the kidnappers.
However, the Rivers State Police Command is yet to react to the development.