The Police appear to be keeping to their promise to fish out all those behind the kidnap of five staff and three students of the Nigeria-Tulip International School in Ogun state.
Two more of the suspects have been arrested, bringing the number of those in Police custody to six.
The latest arrest was said to have been made at the Majidun area of Ikorodu, Lagos on Sunday as the suspected kidnappers left the creek on their way to Ondo state.
Three million naira of the ransom paid was recovered from the suspects who were said to have confessed to the crime and many other kidnappings within Lagos and Ogun state.
The Abuja Police Command at the weekend paraded four suspected members of the kidnapping gang.
Parading the suspects at the Force Headquarters in Abuja, the Deputy Force Public Relations Officer, Moshood Jimoh said the four suspects were arrested at various locations in Delta, Ogun and Lagos states.
The gunmen invaded the school, formerly known as Turkish International School, on the night of Friday, January 13 in a white Hilux and took the students and the teachers away.
On January 24, the five staff and three students were released after 11 days in captivity.
Source: Channels TV