We Will Continue Investigation Despite Release Of Plateau LG Boss, Henry Gotip – Police

Plateau police continue investigation despite release of abducted council boss, Henry Gotip.

The police in Plateau State says it will not stop its investigation to uncover those behind the kidnap of the Kanke Local Government Chairman in the state, Henry Gotip.

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Spokesman of the command, Alfred Alabo stated this in a statement issued on Thursday on the heels of Gotip’s release by his abductors.

Kanyi Daily had reported that Gotip was abducted at his residence at Kwang community, Jos North LGA of the state in the early hours of Wednesday.

Plateau Police Command Vow To Continue Investigation

But the police in a statement on Thursday said, “The Plateau State Police Command wishes to inform members of the public that Hon. Henry Jan Gotip, the Executive Chairman of Kanke LGA who was kidnapped on 06/09/2022 by unknown gunmen, has been released by his abductors unhurt yesterday, 07/09/2022 at about 2300hrs.

“The Kanke Local Government Council Chairman has been reunited with his family and will soon be debriefed by the Anti-Kidnapping Unit of the Command to build up to available intelligence that will lead to the arrest of his abductors”

The police spokesman said the command is committed to making the state habitable for all Plateau residents.

He appealed to members of the public to continue to assist the the scurity agency with timely information to enable it respond swiftly to incidents.

Meanwhile, Nollywood actor, Uche Odoputa has cried out over his father who has remained in the custody of his abductors for four months now. 

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