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Mass Burial:”We are Coming For Everyone and Ready For Us”- Abduction Epidemic Spreads Nationwide

According to Punch, Abductions, a menace that has crippled social and economic activities in the North-West, have now extended nationwide. Bandits and other criminals, once confined to highways and rural areas, have expanded their operations to major cities like Lagos and Abuja…….CONTINUE READING>>>>>>

Recent incidents, such as the killing of four abducted victims in Abuja’s Bwari Area Council, have intensified public outrage. The demand for a N700 million ransom for the release of seven kidnapped family members has sparked widespread anger, exacerbated by the tragic killing of a 400-level student from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. This escalation has stirred a significant reaction both across the country and on social media.

As of Monday night, the remaining five sisters, including Najeebah, a 500-level Quantity Surveying student, and Nadherah, a 300-level Zoology student, remain in captivity. They were abducted alongside their father, Alhaji Mansoor Al-Kadriyar, from their home at Zuma 1 on the outskirts of Bwari town in Abuja on January 11. Although the captors released Al-Kadriyar, they demanded a N60 million ransom for his daughters’ release. Subsequently, the bandits increased the ransom to N100 million for each captive, insisting on payment by Wednesday.

In an effort to secure the release of the hostages, the Al-Kadriyar family sought financial support from Nigerians. Tragically, the bandits brutally murdered 13-year-old Folashade Ariyo, who was abducted alongside her mother and three siblings. Additionally, two unidentified hostages fell victim to the ruthless criminals, and their bodies were callously dumped near a former military checkpoint along the Bwari-Jere SCC Road in the Kagarko Local Government Area of Kaduna State. Folashade was reportedly laid to rest on Sunday, while her mother and siblings remained captive.…….CONTINUE READING>>>>>>


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