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Kidnappers release 10 Zaria LG employees after alleged payment of N40m ransom, detain 3 others until they get brand new motorcycles

Kidnappers release 10 Zaria LG employees after alleged payment of N40m ransom, detain 3 others until they get brand new motorcycles

Kidnappers have launched 10 out of the 13 kidnapped workers members of the Zaria Local Government, Kaduna State.

 

It can be recalled that the victims have been kidnapped by bandits on November 8, at Kidandan, Giwa Local Government Kaduna State whereas on their means for a condolence go to to Dogara Abdullahi, a workers member who misplaced his father.

 

Three of the kidnapped workers embrace Suleiman Zailani, Mrs Deborah Mugu, Director, Education and Social Development, her deputy, Dalhatu Aliyu-Awai. 

 

Spokesperson of the command, ASP Mohammed Jalige, who confirmed the event to newsmen on Sunday in Zaria, mentioned that the kidnapped workers have been launched on Saturday, including that efforts are on to make sure the discharge of the remaining three victims.

 

The PPRO declined to touch upon whether or not ransom was paid to safe the discharge of the kidnapped workers.

 

However, a household supply, who craved anonymity, advised the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that the workers members have been launched after cost of N40 million ransom to the abductors.

 

He added that relations of the victims contributed cash to pay the ransom.

 

The supply mentioned that the abductors didn’t launch three of the kidnapped workers as a result of some situations for the discharge have been N40m and three model new bikes.

 

“Only the cash was taken to them that’s the reason they refused to launch the three workers. The freed victims are but to be united with their households as a result of they have been taken to an undisclosed hospital for medical examinations,” he mentioned.

 

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