Kidnappers operate for 3 hours in Abuja, abduct 4 people

Kidnappers operate for 3 hours in Abuja, abduct 4 people

- More Nigerians have been kidnapped by criminals in Abuja

- The kidnappers, according to report operated for about three hours during their operation

- In fact, a retired assistant comptroller of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) was among the victims

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In what will continue to depress many Nigerians, kidnappers have turned themselves into kings in the countrry.

The criminals stormed the federal capital territory to kidnap about four persons.

The Cable, quoting a source, wrote that the kidnappers operated for three hours, from 12 am to 3 am on Sunday.

Kidnappers operate for 3 hours in Abuja, abduct 4 people
Kidnappers who operated for 3 hours have abducted four more persons in the federal capital territory (FCT) following an attack in Tungan Maje town in Gwagwalada. Photo: Premium Times
Source: UGC

Going further, the news outlet reports that the attackers were said to have been dressed in military uniform and broke into the two houses through the fence and window.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Philip Aliyu Ogbadu, the Edo state commissioner of police, cautioned Nigerians against paying a ransom to kidnappers.

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Legit.ng reported that while speaking during an interview on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Friday, February 5, the commissioner advised the citizens to quickly report any kidnapping incident to the police authorities.

The police boss was reacting to the kidnap and killing of a US-based Nigerian in Edo state.

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Legit.ng had also reported that Nigerian Twitter users reacted to a post by the police where it announced a whopping N10m reward for anyone who has useful information on the whereabouts of some suspects captured in CCTV footage.

It was reported that the post was shared via the official Twitter handle of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) on Thursday, February 4.

The bulletin contained the still pictures of two suspects who were captured by the CCTV at a crime scene.

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In another report, Governor Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto state has revealed how bandits get access to hard substances.

Tambuwal, during his reception of memSheikh Ahmad Gummi-led Bandits Repentance Initiative (S-GULBAR Initiative), revealed on Sunday, February 7, that the criminals get the drugs from female hawkers who deal in local dairy drinks one of which is known as Fura Da Nono

Source: Legit

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