Kidnapped Ekiti Monarch Regains Freedom After Five Days In Captivity
David Oyewunmi, the kidnapped Traditional Ruler of Ilemeso in Ekiti State, has regained freedom after spending about five days in captivity.
It would be recalled that the monarch was kidnapped on April 16 at his palace after gunmen scaled the fence of the palace and released several gunshots before taking him to an unknown destination.
Police Public Relations Officer, Ekiti State Command, Sunday Abutu confirmed the news of his release on Wednesday.
He disclosed that the Traditional Ruler is currently receiving medical attention at a health facility within the state following the trauma he experienced at the hands of the kidnappers.
Abutu linked the release of the monarch to a combined effort of the police and local security outfits in the state.