Ten of the kidnap victims abducted in Kogi State, last week, have been released.
According to the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP William Aya, those released included six JAMB staff, kidnapped on the Obajana-Kabba road and the NSCDC officers in Alo-Offoke community on the Itobe-Ayingba road.
Aya said that the JAMB staff were released at about 12 midnight, on Monday, adding that they left for Abuja, on Tuesday morning.
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He also confirmed that the NSCDC officers were released, on Sunday, and had since reunited with their families.
The police spokesman could, however, not confirm whether ransom was paid before the victims were released by their abductors.
The kidnapped officers were on their way to Makurdi, Benue State capital, to write promotion examination when they were kidnapped while the JAMB officials were travelling to Kwara to supervise the UTME mock examination. (NAN)