Catholic priests kidnapped in Ondo on their way to a wedding have been released

A family source has revealed that the the two Catholic priests who were kidnapped in Ondo state on their way to a wedding have been released, the source from the family claimed no ransom was paid to secure their release.
As reported earlier, the two Catholic priests, Rev. Fr. Joseph Nweke and Rev. Fr. Felix Efobi, from Awka Catholic Diocese, were travelling from Anambra state to Ondo state on Friday, December 6, for a wedding ceremony when they were kidnapped by unknown gunmen.
The kidnerppers were said to have demanded 100 million Naira as ransom.
Fortunately, the priests have now been released days after they were kidnapped.
A family source who spoke to us revealed that the priests were led out to the road by the kidnerppers on Tuesday evening, December 10, and were left there. A parish priest at Owo went to pick them up.

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