On Friday, it was suspected that a number of drivers on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway had been abducted.
As a result of the situation, numerous automobiles decided to turn around and go in the opposite direction, causing tension to rise along the road.
Around KM 24, on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, near Dominion University City of Faith, the incident took place.
Three private automobiles were damaged, according to an eyewitness who spoke with our correspondent.
The number of kidnapped individuals could not be determined.
He described the impacted vehicles as a Jeep, a Toyota Camry, and a sedan whose model was unknown.
The eyewitness, who was traveling from Lagos to Ibadan, reported that drivers and people nearby were afraid.
I can confirm that some drivers have just been abducted close to Dominion University in Ibadan, the man stated. Although several vehicles were forced to turn around, the road is now clear as I speak to you.
“I noticed three cars with their doors wide open, and not a single person was located inside any of the cars, and there is no sign of where they fled to,” the witness said.
“One of the cars crashed into the wall with its bonnet as the car behind it jammed it, but there was no trace of an accident. The fact that the vehicles were deserted convinces us that it was a kidnapping.
“Initially, we taught it was robbery, but it might not have been. We ought to have observed the victims of the robbery.
When my car arrived, no one was there at the location.
The witness claimed that as they left the area, they noticed some hunters and vigilantes making their way towards the scene of the crime.
Coln Olayinka Olayanju, the state’s Amotekun Commandant, denied knowledge of the most recent kidnapping when approached.
“I don’t know of such a development. We won’t be told if such a thing occurs because it cannot possibly occur. Such a thing strikes me as odd. I’ll research it and get back to you.
Police have not yet responded to the development.