Abducted Federal High Court judge, Justice Abdul Dogo, in Akure, Ondo State, has regained his freedom.
Justice Abdul Dogo was released by his abductors on Saturday after spending four days in captivity.
It is not clear if a ransom was paid before the release of the Judge or not.
A family source confirmed the release of the High Court Judge.
Solacebase recalled that a ransom of N50m was demanded by Justice Abdul Dogo’s abductors who was kidnapped on the Ibilo axis of Edo and Isua axis of Ondo State on Tuesday with his driver.
The Police are yet to comment on his release.
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