We didn’t pay for release of abducted OOU Students-Ogun govt.

The Ogun state government has said that it paid no ransom while securing the release of the two abducted female students of the Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU).

The Commissioner for Information, Alhaji Waheed Odusile, made this known Wednesday while addressing newsmen at Oke Mosan, Abeokuta

Odusile stated that the release of the students was in conjunction with the efforts of the men of the police force, adding that it further put to testament the effort of the Dapo Abiodun’s administration in securing the lives and properties of its citizens.

“First of all, we want to thank God almighty for bringing the girls back home safely. We also want to appreciate the efforts of members of the Nigerian Police, and other security agencies in getting Precious and Abiola freedom.

“At the same time, we appreciate the effort of His Excellency, Prince Dapo Abiodun for the role he played in getting out two sisters released” Odusile said

Meanwhile, the Commissioner for Health, Dr. Tomi Coker while fielding questions on the health status of the two abductees, assured that the two students are in stable condition, adding that further test will be carried out on them.

Coker said, ” I have the privilege of meeting the two girls earlier today and they are in a good state of health. Their mental wellbeing Is good as well.

“Although, they had some cuts and bruises because they have been walking through the bushes. But they have been checked by one of our doctors at our State Medical hospital and the necessary vaccines such as anti rabbies, taternus are advised to be given to them just to be sure they are safe”

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