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Monday, October 12, 2015.

Jessica, 'Kidnapped' Daughter Of Edo Lawmaker, Edionwele Found In Lovers House! they attempted to extort father.
Fresh revelation has it that Jessica, the widely reported kidnapped daughter of Edo lawmaker - Honourable Edionwele has been found.

But in the comfort of her lovers abode.

The kidnap plot was just a ploy to extort the father report divulged.

Here are better details in the kidnap twist

It was like a scene in a comic movie as the supposedly kidnapped 24-year-old daughter of
Hon. Edionwele, representing Esan Constituency,  Edo State, Jessica, was found
Nigeria Police
right in the bossom of her boyfriend in Lugbe, an outskirt of Federal Capital Territory,  Abuja, Sunday evening by policemen from the command.

Jessica, last Wednesday was reported to have left Ibadan, Oyo State,  where she was serving, for Lagos to board an aircraft to Abuja. She was said to have landed Abuja safely but took an airport taxi that drove her away to an unknown destination.

While family and friends were terribly worried for what would have befallen the young lady, she allegedly gave her father’s telephone number to her ‘abductor’, who claimed that if the honourable wanted her daughter back alive should pay a ransom.

FCT Police was contacted  and they went in search of the ‘missing lady’. However, yesterday evening, the search yielded the desired fruit. Not only that Jessica was found,  her abductor was also arrested.

THISDAY reliably gathered that Jessica collaborated with her boyfriend to extort money from her father by feigning abduction.

According to a police source, Jessica on Wednesday,  left Abuja airport to her boyfriend’s house in Amac, Lugbe, where they both agreed to get money from the honourable through the story of kidnap.

“We got the information of where she was hiding from someone who had seen Jessica in the neighborhood and afterwards alerted the police, and both of them were seen and arrested in Lugbe”, the source said.

When contacted on phone, the FCT spokesperson,  Anjuguri Manza, said he was not briefed on the case.

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