The two female students of the Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), In the past-Iwoye kidnapped by gunmen like regained their freedom.
Police authorities in Ogun State confirmed the release of the youngsters to Channels Television on Tuesday night.
The Police Public Household Officer within the negate, Abimbola Oyeyemi, famed that the students, identified as Adeyemo Treasured and Oyefule Abiola, returned unharmed.
He stated the victims who like spent two nights within the custody of their abductors would possibly possibly well be reunited with their families thereafter.
Asked if any money turned into paid to catch their release, the scream’s spokesman stated that no ransom turned into paid, to the ideal of his recordsdata.
Treasured is declared to be a pupil of the Department of Forestry and Natural world Management, whereas Abiola is of the division of Agricultural Economics at OOU.
Channels Television had reported that the students were kidnapped by armed males on Sunday night whereas returning to their hall of map located within the Olowu map in Ayetoro Campus of the institution in Yewa North Native Government Set.
Rapidly after they were kidnapped, Oyeyemi had stated that the police launched a manhunt alongside with native hunters to rescue the students.
The abductors were stated to love contacted the folk of the students and demanded a sum of N50 million for his or her release.
Whereas the police didn’t confirm the arrest of the students’ abductors, they insisted that no ransom turned into paid for his or her release.