The victim was rescued after the kidnappers realised that the police team chasing them was closing in on them.
The State Government described the strike, which began on Monday, as unfortunate, regrettable and ill-advised.
The DIG gave the assurance during his inspection of the road owing to incessant cases of kidnapping and robbery.
There have been recurring reports of kidnapping and other security challenges along the 131 kilometre road.
He was reportedly arrested in Ukanafun Local Government Area of the state during a raid on the kidnappers’ den.
This is contained in a statement by NSCDC Director, Public Relations Office (PRO), Olusola Odumosu, on Thursday in Abuja.
They made the vow when the Governor led the Service Chiefs on a strategic assessment of the area on Thursday.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the protesters, who were mostly youths and aged, carried placards.
The Polytechnic, Ibadan, has expelled one student and suspended two others for alleged kidnapping and armed robbery.
The Prosecutor, Ade Adebusuyi, said the defendants and others now at large committed the offence on September 15.
The Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs in Kaduna State, Samuel Aruwan, confirmed the rescue.
This was contained in a statement by Jennifer Iwegbu, the Command’s Deputy Public Relations Officer on Friday.
The suspect stated this while being paraded at the Oyo State Police Command headquarters in Ibadan on Tuesday.
These are largely failed states and it is a big shame that Nigeria finds itself in this very wrong company.
The State Commissioner of Police CP, Abubakar Lawal, disclosed this Friday at a press briefing on the achievements recorded by the command.
The suspects were arrested by Operatives of the Inspector-General of Police Intelligence Response Team.
She stressed that just because Solomon was educated and getting further education did not mean that the out-of-school children roaming the streets were not brilliant.
Auwal Rafsanjani, Executive Director CISLAC and Head Transparency International in Nigeria, made the call in a statement.
This was confirmed by the Secretary of an association to which the victims belonged in Zamfara State, Ashiru Zurmi.
The court in its ruling on Friday found Famuyiwa guilty on a two count-charge of child stealing and breach of peace.