Defence & Security

Over 50 victims abducted in Kaduna regain freedom

By Paul Michael

Thirty-five (35) victims, who were kidnapped three weeks ago at Keke ‘B’ Millennium City in Chikun local government area of Kaduna State, have regained their freedom.

The victims were abducted from their houses by bandits.

It was gathered that they were released by their abductors after a payment of N2.5 million as ransom on Friday night.

One of the victims, whose family couldn’t meet up with the bandits’ demand of two motorcycles is still in captivity, sources said.

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The freed victims came back to Keke B community Friday evening where they were received by hundreds of residents including relatives, friends and neighbour.

Similarly, another kidnapped Doctor and 15 others, including women and children from Sabon Gero community also in Chikun local government area of the State, have also regained their freedom.

The leader of the Civilian JTF in the community, Uwasu Yunusa, confirmed the development to journalists in Kaduna, adding that no ransom was paid for their rrelease

Sabon Gero is a newly developing community in Millennium City.

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