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Troops rescues kidnapped victimsNiger Delta Troops of the Joint Military Task Force, code-named ‘Operation Delta Safe’ has rescued two abducted soldiers and four civilians from kidnappers’ den.

The Coordinator, Joint Media Campaign Centre, (OPDS), Major Ibrahim Abdullahi, said in a statement on Thursday that their operation followed a report of kidnap of two soldiers while on transit for banking services in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area of Rivers.

ROYAL NEWS gathered that the OPDS have their  headquarters in Igbogene, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.

According to Abdullahi: “The troops  discovered human skulls and bones during the raid of the kidnappers’ camp, the OPDS immediately swung into action by mobilizing troops for the rescue operation. when the suspected militants/cultists sighted troops approaching their den, they engaged Read also: 9 police cops nabbed over alleged corruption the troops in a gun battle.

The troops engaged the kidnappers with superior firepower, leading to casualties on the side of the suspected kidnappers, while others escaped into the forest of Obiozimini community with gunshot wounds .

Troops rescues kidnapped victims

”The operation successfully rescued the two abducted personnel. Further search of the camp site led to the rescue of four more civilians that were earlier kidnapped, including a lady.

He also added that: “items discovered in Read also: See top super mummies in Nollywood the camp and shrines were three pump action guns, eight empty cartridges, human skulls and some bones.

” The camp and shrines were subsequently destroyed, while the rescued victims were evacuated to one of their medical facilities in the area”.

The therefore urged members of the public to provide any useful information about the suspects.

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