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Owuru Saga



The Ijaw Youths Council (IYC) has called
on the Inspector-General of Police, Mr
Solomon Arase to prosecute the abductor of the 14-year-old Ese Oruru from Bayelsa.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Ese was abducted in 2015 by one Yunusa, aged 18, and took her to
Kano for marriage.



The IYC in a statement signed by its
Spokesman, Mr Eric Omare on Tuesday
applauded the media for advocating for
the release of Ese.

“The IYC, therefore, insist that the
Inspector General of Police, Mr. Solomon Arase, must bring those who
masterminded the kidnap of Miss Ese
Oruru to justice in line with the Anti-
kidnapping law of Bayelsa.

“This should include collaborators in the palace of the Emir of Kano.

“This is the only way we can put a stop
to such criminal conduct, especially
considering the worrying activities of
herdsmen in different parts of the
country.

“We commend the role of the Nigerian
media in rescuing Ese Oruru from the
hands of her abductors.

“The role the media played has once
again demonstrated to the world the
crucial role of the media in our nation’s
development.

“The IYC notes the historical role of the
Nigerian media in the fight against
military dictatorship and we call on the
media to continue to play its role as the
fourth estate of the realm and the
conscience of the Nigerian society,’’
Omare stated.

The IYC, however, decried the response
of the police to the kidnap of Ese.
It said that if police were up to their
duty, the girl would have been released
long ago as her parents reported the
incident promptly.

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