The national youth leader of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Udeh Okoye, who was reportedly kidnapped on Monday has been set free.
The PDP had in a statement on Tuesday called on the police, military and Department of State Services (DSS) high commands to, without further delay, secure the release of Okoye.
Okoye was reported to have been kidnapped at gunpoint by unknown gunmen on his farm at Ohumagu in Agbaogwugwu area of Enugu State.
In a statement Louis Amoke, spokesman to Enugu State Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi released late on Tuesday, he said that the abductors of Okoye had set him free.
Amoke did not reveal how or when the PDP youth leader regained his freedom, nor whether ransom was paid.
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