Adamu Ibrahim, assistant inspector-general of police, has assured the safe return of abducted students of the Lagos State Model College, Igbonla, in the Epe area of Lagos. Ibrahim, who leads Zone 2 Command of the Nigeria Police, comprising Lagos and Ogun, met with Governor Akinwunmi Ambode at Lagos House in Ikeja, on Monday.
“Infact very soon, you will hear good news on the issue. We are working seriously on it. At this stage, I will not want to disclose too much because these are security issues but all I want to say is that people should give us a chance and very soon, they will hear good news,” the police chief said.
Ibrahim declined stating in details the rescue effort made so far by the police.
“Security measures are not discussed publicly but what I will tell you is that we are taking all necessary measures to ensure that Lagos is free of crime and criminals. We will rid all these criminals out of this zone.
“So, I will like to send a word to criminals to leave Zone 2 otherwise we will not relent until the zone is completely rid of all these criminals.
“You are aware Evans (Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike)has already been arrested and he is the most wanted criminal who is into kidnapping. Others too, if they don’t leave this Zone, they will also be arrested,” Ibrahim vowed.