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Friday, March 06, 2020

Nigerian Teen Kidnapped In Toronto Has Been Found



The fourteen year old Nigerian teen, Shammah Jolayemi who was kidnapped on Wednesday on his way to school in Toronto has been found. 






The Toronto police in a tweet on their official twitter page announced he was safe and would be taken for medical check up at the hospital.






During a press conference outside a north Toronto police station on Thursday evening, Supt. Steven Watts stated investigators believe Jolayemi’s kidnappers were motivated by the theft of about 100 kilograms of cocaine worth around $4 million that was allegedly stolen by the teen’s stepbrother, Olalekan Osikoya, in summer of 2019.


The police said they were not notified about his kidnap, but were informed by the teen's parents after he failed to show up in school.

An Amber alert was issued early Thursday.
The police did not indicate if any arrest has been made.

torontosun.com

26 comments:

  1. Good news for the family. Sad development with the step brother.

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  2. I am so happy.

    Dunno why drug dealers don't consider the risk they will be putting their family through once they take up that lifestyle.


    Movies have thought me a lot.

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  3. Thank God he is safe and I hope his step brother stop the drug dealings

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    1. Hope he was not molested. Many persons in obodo oyibo

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  4. Thank you Jesus..

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  5. They have carried their crime to Canada?

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  6. Ohhh thank God. The supposed step brother should turn a new leaf.

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  7. See better country na, and una talk say make we no relocate.

    Baba God oh...

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  8. Stolen cocaine, kidnap? Nigerians please behave well when you are outside the country. The country is already hell and some of us are trying to leave, please dont mnake them shut the doors on us.

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    1. drugs have and would always be a part of these societies. has nothing to do with only Nigerians. Canada is still open to a lot of migrants if you qualify so shoot your shot

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  9. Thank God
    All these drug peddler's eh,the risk they put themselves and their families is alarming!

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    1. Thank God he is safe .
      Na wa

      These drug peddlers do not even think of the dangers involved all cos of quick money .

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  10. I said yesterday that it was down to that alakoba step brother. God forbid we marry into the wrong family.

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    1. In fact, akosibero. Oloshi to n wa eni kunra. I shudder imagining the hell this innocent boy went through.

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  11. Almighty God, Thank you!

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