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JUST IN: One Person Murdered As Gunmen Kidnap Plateau Monarch

Dr. Isaac Azi Wakili, a first-class monarch in Plateau State, has been kidnapped by gunmen.

Wakili is the paramount monarch of the Izere nation in the state’s Jos East Local Government Area.
The first-class king was kidnapped in the early hours of Friday morning when gunmen stormed his castle in Shere village.

On Friday, a member of the community, Philip Izam, verified the monarch’s kidnapping to ANAEDOONLINE.NG  in Jos.
According to Izam, one person was murdered and others were injured during the invasion as a result of a gun battle between the invaders and the security men in an unsuccessful attempt to rescue the monarch.

Izam said, ” I can confirm to you that HRH Isaac Wakili, the Agwom Izere has been kidnapped. He was at his palace in Shere when the kidnappers stormed the Palace at about 1.30 am on Friday.

“The gunmen engaged the Palace security in a gun battle and subdued them. A reinforcement from the police and other security men came and there was heavy gunfire in the community but the gunmen successfully took the monarch away.


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“Unfortunately, one of the vigilante members was shot dead by the gunmen who also shot a police officer but the policeman is still alive ”

The spokesman for the Plateau State Police Command, Alabo Alfred, also confirmed the incident.

According to him, more security operatives had been drafted into the community and were working to ensure the release of the kidnapped monarch.
“As I’m talking to you, our officers and men are combing the bush to ensure that the traditional ruler is rescued and perpetrators brought to book. We also want to appeal to members of the public to always avail us with timely information because that will help us to forestall an incident of this nature before it happens,” the PPRO added.


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