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VIEWER DISCRETION: Tragedy Strikes as Kidnappers Unleash Horror on Ajaokuta Road; Innocent Lives Lost

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In a horrifying incident on Friday, 29th December, at approximately 2 pm, a group of kidnappers launched a deadly attack on Ajaokuta Road near Geregu station in Kogi state. The assailants, in a brazen act of violence, claimed lives and left others held hostage, casting a dark shadow over the region.

Among the victims, a young girl fell prey to this senseless act, losing her life tragically. The community is left in shock and mourning as this heart-wrenching incident unfolded during a season meant for celebration.

Local authorities are actively involved in responding to the situation, seeking to address the aftermath of this gruesome attack. The incident underscores the urgent need for concerted efforts to enhance security measures and protect innocent lives in the face of such heinous acts.

As the community grapples with the pain and loss inflicted by this tragic event, there is a collective call for swift action, justice, and increased vigilance to curb the menace of kidnapping and violence that threatens the safety and well-being of citizens.


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