A young woman has been remanded in prison after she allegedly connived with others to kidnap her grandfather for money.
Ayisat Amodu, a trader, has been remanded at the Federal Prison, Okekura, Ilorin, by an Ilorin Magistrates' Court sitting in Kwara State, for allegedly conspired with two men, Ali Mohammed and Adamu Hassan, to kidnap her grandfather, for the purpose of getting money from the family.
Vanguard reports that Amodu was ordered remanded in the prison custody by Magistrate Mohammed Ibrahim, while the case was adjourned till March 22 for mention.
Amodu, a resident of Ilesha Baruba in the state, according to the police prosecutor, Inspector Nasiru Yusuf, had conspired with Mohammed and Hassan to abduct her grandfather, Yakub Bello, at the Tunbuyan Fulani Camp in Ilesha Baruba in Baruteen Local Government Area of Kwara State.
Yusuf said that the offences contravened Sections 1, 2 and 6 of Kwara State Prohibition of Kidnapping Law, 2010.