Emmanuel Ani, Ado Ekiti
An industrialist, and one of the five persons kidnapped recently in Ekiti State, Mr. Moses Ajogri, has regained his freedom. Ajogri was released to rejoin his family on Thursday night. When The UNION visited him at GRA residence in Ado-Ekiti, he was looking tired but calm. When asked about his experience in hands of the kidnappers, the soft-spoken young man simply smiled and said he didn’t feel like saying anything about his experience, adding that he just wanted to thank God for his release.
Ajogri said further that his being released was simply an act of God and He gave Him all the gratitude for the unmerited favour showered on Him. He declined further comments on his release and simply said: I really don’t think the media should report anything about me. I just want to thank God for ensuring that I’m released. “This is simply His act and I give him all the glory.
This is all I want to say. If I can have my way, I don’t even want the media to say anything about me. I am just grateful to God, “ he said. The other kidnapped victims whose fate is yet unknown are Mrs. Margret Aladeneka, a nurse with the Federal Teaching Hospital, Ido; Dr. Femi Omisore, a lecturer at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife; and former Chief Medical Director of the Ekiti State Teaching Hospital (EKSUTH), Dr. Patrick Adegun and his wife, Kikelomo.