The Oloso of Oso Ajowa and president of the Ajowa Traditional Council of Obas in Ondo State, Oba Clement Omoola, has said that the days he spent in the kidnappers’ den were traumatic.

The monarch, speaking at his palace on Tuesday, added that he had not been able to speak about his experience after his release because he was traumatized.

Omoola had spent 10 days in the kidnappers’ lair after he was kidnapped from his palace in Ajowa, which shares a border with Kogi state, and was released after a ransom of N10million was paid.

The monarch called on the Ondo state government to pay more attention to the area in terms of security and set up a police station there, saying the area is vulnerable to crime as a border city.

The monarch called for incentives to be given to local watchdog groups in the community to help them supplement regular security officers, while urging landowners to register strangers working on their farmland as required. indicates the Ondo State government as a way to combat crime. In the area.

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