War against insecurity receives major boost as northern governor secures release of 10 kidnapped victims

War against insecurity receives major boost as northern governor secures release of 10 kidnapped victims

- No fewer than 10 kidnapped victims have secured their release from the clutches of bandits

- The rescue operation was made possible through the peace initiative of Governor Bello Matawalle's administration

- The victims were abducted in Gwaram community in Zamfara state

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A report by Channels TV indicates that Governor Bello Matawalle of Zamfara state secured the release of ten kidnapped victims who had been in captivity for over three months and two weeks.

Abubakar Dauran, the commissioner for security and home affairs who made this known said the victims were rescued without the payment of any ransom through the peace initiative of the governor's administration.

The affected people which includes three men, four women, and three children were abducted in the Gwaram community of Talata Mafara local government area of the state.

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War against insecurity receives major boost as northern governor secures release of 10 kidnapped victims
Zamfara state governor recently secured the release of 10 kidnapped victims. Photo credit: @Bellomatawalle1
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According to Dauran, the state government will continue with the peace dialogue, adding it is a way of having lasting peace in the state.

Father of abducted Jangebe schoolgirl freed from kidnappers den

Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a father of one of the abducted Jangebe schoolgirls, Mallam Iliya Gwaram, who has also been in captivity finally regained his freedom on the night of Monday, March 8.

Gwaram, who was brought to Government House, Gusau around 9 p.m. on Monday, said he told his daughter not to recognise him in the den of their abductors.

He disclosed that he never cried in the whole of his life like he did the day the girls were taken back, saying that he felt it was the last time he would see his daughter.

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