Lady kidnapped, abductors ask for N20m ransom

Lady kidnapped, abductors ask for N20m ransom

A twitter user with the name Miss J has cried out about the kidnap of her friend in Yola, the capital of Adamawa state.

She asked her twitter followers to put her friend in their prayers as her abductors are demanding for N20 million as ransom.

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According to Miss J, her friend was kidnapped by unknown gunmen on the night of Sunday, April 14.

The lady resigned to fate and asked for God's intervention, hoping that the Divine would bring her friend home. earlier reported that the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) condemned the rate of kidnappings and killings of innocent people on the highways and frequent attacks on villages by some armed bandits.

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The group said the dastard act has led to the death of hundreds of innocent people, especially in the northern part of the country.

The group's publicity secretary, Muhammad Ibrahim Biu, in a statement issued on Thursday, April 4, said the federal government should reexamine its security apparatus and take adequate measures that would increase the number of police personnel.

ACF called on the security agencies to employ new strategies and intelligence gathering needed to effectively smoke-out the kidnappers and bandits from their enclaves and hideouts. It said the police force should deploy more personnel to the affected states and highways to not only repel attacks but go after the perpetrators and bring them to book.

Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, April 11, met with service chiefs in a close door meeting at the State House around 11am.

After the meeting, the president asked the security agencies to be on top of the security situations in the country and deal ruthlessly with bandits, kidnappers. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better visits kidnappers' den discovered in Lagos | Legit TV


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