G4S Security/Information update 26th May 2022

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Police rescue seven kidnap victims in Kachia.

The Kaduna Police Command, on Wednesday, said its operatives
have rescued seven kidnapped victims in Kachia Local Government Area of the state.

This was disclosed by the Police Public Relations Officer
(PPRO), ASP Muhammed Jalige, in a statement on Wednesday.

According to him, the victims were rescued close to Kaduna

He said on the 25/5/2022 at about 0930hrs seven persons
(all females) identified as Godiya James 30yrs, Beauty Mandela 23yrs, Elizabeth Markus 13yrs, Alheri Maichibi 13yrs, Lydia Iliya 6yrs, Bridget Obadiah 4yrs and Amama Hassan 3yrs all of Mai Goro Village, Kachia LGA were seen helplessly wandering around the
bush after Tsohon Gayan Village,

He said the operatives, upon seeing them, immediately
evacuated and took them to Toll Gate Divisional Police Headquarters.

Jalige said preliminary investigation revealed that on
22/5/2022, at about 1200hrs, the said persons were allegedly abducted at the aforementioned village by suspected armed bandits to an unknown destination.

He added during interrogation, the victims claimed to
have escaped from captivity while the bandits on sentry were asleep.

“All the rescued persons are stable but weak. However,
they have been profiled and taken to a medical facility for immediate medical attention,” it said.

He said that efforts were ongoing to establish contact
with their relations for proper handing over them to their families

The Kaduna State Commissioner of Police, CP Yekini A.
Ayoku commended the officers and men responsible for the rescue and urged members of the public to always be vigilant and report suspicious persons or objects in their environment.



IN: Suspected kidnappers kill soldier, driver, and abduct a foreigner in Ondo.

Suspected kidnappers have killed a Soldier, driver and
abducted a foreign contractor in the ancient town of Owo, in Ondo State.

Reports had it that the bandits stormed a construction
site located at Ogbonmo Ijebu-Owo, Owo council area, at about 5pm.

Vanguard learnt that they trailed the Lebanese contractor
to the construction site and shot dead the Soldier and the driver before whisking away their victim to an unknown destination.

One of the workers at the site told newsmen that ” The
man we call white engineer has been kidnapped

“His driver and his security, a soldier, were killed.
“The gunmen arriving at the site on Wednesday at about 5pm fired many shots into the air.

” We all fled the site on hearing the gunshots. Those
that came were masked and were six or seven.

” It was when some of us later came back to the site
after over two hours that we saw the dead bodies of the soldier and the driver.

“The White engineer was nowhere to be found. ” It was
later that the police were invited and they took the corpses to the hospital in the town.

Contacted, the police image maker, Funmi Odunlami confirmed
the deaths and the abduction of the foreigner.

Odunlami said that efforts were on to rescue the Lebanese

Vanguard gathered that personnel of the state security
outfit codenamed Amotekun, the vigilante groups in the town have started combing the forest to secure the release of the Victim.



Soludo declares curfew in parts of Anambra.

Governor Charles Soludo of
has declared a 12-hour curfew in eight
local government areas of the state as part of measures to tackle rising insecurity.

The affected council areas are Aguata, Ihiala, Ekwusigo,
Nnewi North, Nnewi South, Ogbaru, Orumba North and Orumba South.

Mr Soludo, who disclosed this during his state-wide broadcast
in Awka on Wednesday, said the directive would be reviewed after four weeks.

He expressed sadness that gunmen attacks have continued
to increase in Anambra, despite the state government efforts.

“With effect from tomorrow, Thursday, May 26, a 6pm to
6am curfew is hereby placed on motorcycles (okada), tricycles (keke), and shuttle buses until further notice.

“Until further notice also, motorcycles, keke and shuttle
buses are banned from operating in these local governments on Mondays until the sit-at-home completely stops,” Mr Soludo said.

The governor stressed that the gunmen operating in the
state are Igbos, mainly from other states in the South-east.

He said the criminals who masquerade as freedom fighters
usually attack soft targets whenever they are dislodged from their camps by security agencies.

“They are in our forests, communities, and houses owned
by individuals. They don’t come from the air, and hence are not ‘unknown’ gunmen.

“They are known. You know them, but are either too scared
to speak up or out of indifference. But for how long will you be silent while our people continue to be killed in the most cruel and barbaric manner?

“Anambra is the prime target because that is the most
lucrative location for kidnapping for ransom in the South-East,” Mr Soludo said

The governor appealed to the youths and other residents
of the various communities in the state to cooperate with security agencies to end criminality in the state.

He directed community leaders and landlords to keep record
of occupants of their structures and report suspected criminals to the security agencies.

He warned that the state government would take over any
land found to be harboring criminals in the state.

“All hotels are directed to obtain the means of identification
of their guests and keep an inventory of all guests in their hotels. The management of the hotels should immediately report any suspicious persons or group of persons checking into or converging in their hotels.

“All fuel stations are hereby directed to, within four
weeks from today, place surveillance cameras in their stations and keep the records generated by those cameras in order to assist the state government, when required, in tracking these criminals who inevitably fuel their vehicles at fuel stations,” the governor

Mr Soludo asked transport operators in the state to “re-register
their vehicles, tricycles and motorcycles with their valid means of identification and their biometrics captured” within four weeks or face punishment.

He urged the transport operators to report their passengers
and fellow operators who are involved in criminal activities in the state.




  • Individuals are advised to remain vigilant, vary daily schedules and itineraries, and refrain from sharing personal information
    with unknown persons to limit the risk of being targeted by potential kidnappers.


  • The Security situation in Nigeria remains complex. G4S Professional security advice and support should be sought for personal
    and corporate security and before traveling to these high-risk regions of Nigeria.



  • From 24th to 25th May, 2022, 32 new confirmed cases were recorded in Nigeria.


  • Till date,
    cases have been confirmed,
    cases have been discharged, and 3,143 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the
    Federal Capital Territory.


  • The 32 new cases are reported from 4 States- Lagos (21), Rivers (8), FCT (2) and Kano (1)



  1. Use of non-physical greetings.

  2. Maintain at least 2 meters (6 feets) physical distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing.

  3. Stay home if you feel unwell with symptoms like fever, NCDC’s 24/7 toll- free number 0800 970 000 0010. Do not self -medicate.

  4. Persons with a persistent cough or sneezing, should also stay at home until they recover.

  5. Avoid crowded spaces such as open markets, crowded supermarkets and pharmacies.

  6. Wash your hands regularly with soap and water or use an alcohol-based sanitizer if no water and soap is available.





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