SSS Parades Suspected Kidnappers Of Rhodes-Vivour’s Wife, Daughter

Channels Television  
Updated July 4, 2013

Three suspected members of a gang that kidnapped the wife, daughter and driver of a Justice of the Supreme Court, Bode Rhodes-Vivour, were on Tuesday paraded by the State Security Service (SSS), alongside other suspected criminals.

The suspected kidnappers had in May, this year, kidnapped the two women and the driver in Edo state.

Parading the suspects before the state governor, Adams Oshiomhole in Benin, the state capital, the state director of the SSS, Bello Bakori, said the suspects had confessed to the crime and that three members of the kidnappers of the judge’s wife are still at large.

He added that Mrs Rhodes-Vivour and her daughter had been kept in a house in Upper Sakpoba area of Benin City from where the suspects were arrested.

Justice Rhodes-Vivour’s family was held captive for 18 days by their captors.