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Armed men allegedly kid­napped three persons


October 22, 2015 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ NEWS and Gossip


 

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Obscure yet intensely equipped men purportedly kid­napped three persons in­cluding two pregnant wom­en at Mararaba Jos in Igabi Local Government Area of Kaduna State at around 2am last Monday, relatives of the snatched persons have al­leged.

Suarah Ibrahim and Hali­ma Ibrahim, senior sisters of one of the casualties, Bilikisu Sani, 17, who addresses newsmen yesterday in Ka­duna, said their visit to the secretariat got to be neces­sary after easy inquiry of their cherished sister since the day of episode yielded no outcome.

The moderately aged wom­en, who looked physically disturbed, said they had ex­tended the inquiry to Nigeria Police Force central command, Directorate of State Servic­es (DSS) and 1 Divisional Army Headquarters all in Kaduna with no follow.

Halima Ibrahim said: “The men went to the zone in diverse security agen­cies’ regalia at around 2am and constrained their way into the house. It was later we found that inhabitants of the house, including two pregnant ladies who were just in their nightdresses were whisked away. I am the senior sister of Bilikisu Sani who just got hitched.

“We have gone to 1 Divi­sion, yet we were told they didn’t have anyone with such depiction in their guardianship. We likewise went to office of DSS and additionally the police home office here in Kaduna where we heard the same story.

“We chose to come to NUJ on the grounds that we don’t know whereabouts of our kin. We don’t even know on what grounds the capture was made. All we know is that the men were in security garbs and the operation went on for around five hours.”

Reached, Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Kaduna Police Command, DSP Zubairu Abubakar, said he was unconscious of any joint operation on Monday, October 12, however guaranteed to make contacts.

Yet, around an hour later, he answered through a versatile message which essentially read: “For any armed force operation, call their PRO pls. Much obliged.”

Calling the Public Rela­tions Officer of 1 Divisional Army Headquarters, Ka­duna, Col. A. O. Abdul, he likewise said he was not mindful of any operation including the armed force on the said date. He guaranteed to make con­tact and return to this re­porter however he never did.

On the other hand, Public Rela­tions Officer of Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC), Kaduna State Command, ASCII, Orndiir Terzungwe, con­firmed that Army did called for fortification on that day, however couldn’t determine whether it was for the case under review.

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