Four Turkish nationals have been rescued a week after being kidnapped by gunmen in Nigeria’s western state of Kwara, police say.
The four, who are construction workers, were taken from a bar last week.
The abductors had demanded a $1m (£800,000) ransom but police say no money was paid and that they were released “unconditionally”.
Kidnapping for ransom is common in Nigeria, with foreigners and high-profile Nigerians frequently targeted.
Two weeks ago pirates attacked a cargo ship off the coast of Nigeria and kidnapped 10 Turkish sailors. Their fate remains unknown.