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Army Rescue Three Kidnapped Victims In Apawa Village

Troops of the 114 Battalion (Rear) of the 6 Brigade, Nigerian Army, in Jalingo, have rescued three individuals who fell victim to kidnappers in Taraba State.

In a statement made available to journalists on Tuesday in Jalingo, the state capital, the Acting Assistant Director, Army Public Relations, 6 Brigade, Lieutenant Olubodunde Oni said: "acting on intelligence that revealed the movement of the bandits transporting their captives from Ardo-Kola to Yoro, the troops swiftly mobilized to Apawa village of Lau Local Government Area, effectively tracking the armed group."

Demonstrating exceptional skill and determination, the troops, according to him, engaged the criminals with superior firepower, forcing them to abandon their three hostages.


He stated that "the rescued individuals have since been joyfully reunited with their families."

He appealed to authorities and law-abiding citizens "to actively support these efforts by providing credible information to aid the troops in their mission."

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