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I Learnt Kidnapping From Watching Actor Zubby Michael In Movies – 23-Yr-Old Suspect

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A 23-year-old suspect arrested for kidnapping in Ogun state for allegedly kidnapping a six-year-old child has said he learned the act of kidnapping from watching Nollywood Actor Zubby Michael’s movies.

The suspect identified as Ayobamidele Kudus Ayodele allegedly kidnapped the pupil from his school in the Ojo Alaba area of Lagos, on November 16, 2021, and kept him hostage for four days until a ransom of over half a million was paid for his release.
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According to Vanguard, he said, “Zubby Michael is my favorite Nollywood actor and he is good at kidnapping roles. I decided to try out some of the methods used by Zubby to kidnap children and adults in the movies.

I started by visiting several schools around Ojo to see the possibility of picking children without anyone noticing. On November 16, 2021, I visited a school close to Alaba Market and stayed by the gate.

I saw two pupils coming to school. One of them was holding a cane. I stopped them and started chatting with them. I took the cane from one of them and asked where he bought it. He mentioned the place but I told him to take me there. I whispered into his ears that I would buy him chocolates and biscuits.

To avoid drawing attention to myself, I took the boy to a hotel in Ilogbo Eremi, Lagos. I called his father and demanded an additional N2 million. We spent four days there before his family was able to raise N550,000. The boy stayed calm throughout because he had access to my phone which had several games.

I am sorry for causing his family so much pa!n. I am not a cu!tist or an armed robber. I do not have a gang. I just trained myself by watching Zubby Michael. My parents trained me very well, I was just impatient and greedy.”

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