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Nigerian Man Who Returned from Sweden Kidnapped and Killed in Edo (Photo)

This is sad. A man who came back to Nigeria from Sweden after over 30 years to invest – was on Monday 02/07/2018 kidnapped at his farm located in Akasa after Ekiadolo in Edo state by armed men. According to reports, Mr Ehiwe was found dead on Saturday 07/07/2018. GISTMANIA gathered that the Late Mr. Kester Ehiwe and his manager popularly known as Pastor were abducted by eleven armed men in the forest of Ekasa village in Ovia northeast local government area of Edo state.

Mr Kester was to travel back to Sweden on Tuesday 3rd of July, before he was abducted on Monday 2nd of July along with his staff on his way from farm. Mr. Ehiwe was reportedly meant to pay his workers salaries and settle other things that needed to be settled before jetting out to Europe until his unfortunate abduction occurred.

According to Innocent Oshevire Okotubu, one Shehu Usman who is alleged to be the kingpin and four others have been arrested and are cooling off in police detention and have allegedly made confessional statements in connection to the abduction and killing of late Mr Kester Ehiwe and his manager.


The deceased were said to have been killed after the abductors collected an undisclosed amount of ransom from the family.

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