The Federal Commissioner with the National Population Commission in Bayelsa State, Mrs. Gloria Izonfuo, who was abducted by gunmen along Ogbakiri axis of the East-West Road in Rivers State, has regained her freedom.
Mrs. Izonfuo, a former Head of Service in Bayelsa State, was abducted at the Ogbakiri junction in Emuoha Local Government Area of Rivers State while returning from a trip in Brass, Bayelsa state last Sunday.
The gunmen had whisked her away alongside her driver and maid.
The spokesperson of the Rivers State Police Command, Grace Iringe-Koko, confirmed her release to The Punch correspondent on Friday morning.
“Yes, she was released this morning (Friday). An investigation is still ongoing to apprehend the kidnappers and make them face justice,” Iringe-Koko stated.
Asked if Mrs. Izonfuo’s driver and maid were freed alongside, the State Police image maker in a terse response said: “Okay, I will get back to you on that.”
It could not be ascertained if ransom was paid.