- A former general manager of the Nigeria Port Authority (NPA), Bashir Abdullahi, is nowhere to be found
- Abdullahi was abducted in the Sumaila local government area of Kano state on Wednesday, November 3
- The former NPA boss was whisked away to an unknown destination while he was inspecting his farm on Wednesday
Sumaila, LGA - The abduction of Bashir Abdullahi, a former general manager of the Nigeria Port Authority (NPA) has been confirmed by the police command in Kano.
AIT News reports that Abdullahi was kidnapped from his farm in the Sumaila local government area of the state on Wednesday, November 3.
So far, nothing has been heard from the kidnappers as to what they want as ransom from Abdullahi's family.
Gunmen strike in northern state, abduct 23-year-old female student
Meanwhile, a student of Bayero University, Kano named Sakina Bello had been kidnapped.
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The 23-year-old student of Botany was reportedly kidnapped inside a commercial tricycle along Janbulo and Rijiyar Zaki area of the Kano metropolis on Tuesday, October 5.
It was gathered that the abductors of the student have contacted Sakina's family on Wednesday, October 6, demanding N100m ransom.
DSP Abdullahi Haruna Kiyawa of the Kano police command confirmed the incident saying they received a report of a missing person around 3pm on Tuesday.
According to him, the police started investigating the matter immediately with a view to tracing Sakina's whereabouts.
Bandits kidnap Buhari's appointee, granddaughter in Northern state
Musa was abducted by bandits in the Zugeru area of the state after a wedding celebration he attended. The secretary to the state government, Alhaji Ahmed Ibrahim Matane, promised that the government would do its best to ensure the safe rescue of Musa.
Gunmen invade church in Kogi state, kill one, abduct three
The incident happened on Sunday morning, September 19 at the ECWA church in Okedayo in Kabba Bunu local government area of the north-central state.