In Kaduna 3-year-old son of Ex-VP Namadi Sambo’s Orderly kidnapped

According to Leadership Newspaper, Mohammed's son was abducted in Marafa Estate of Kaduna metropolis.

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Unknown gunmen have kidnapped four-year-old son of former vice president, Namadi Sambo's orderly, Sergeant Mahmood Mohammed.

According to Leadership Newspaper, Mohammed's son was abducted in Marafa Estate of Kaduna metropolis.

The sergeant said the abductors initially picked up his six-year-old daughter and his son from their Marafa estate residence, but later dropped off his daughter along Sultan road and took his son away.

“The incident took place on the 19th of January while I was on duty with the former vice president in Abuja.

“And since then, neither myself nor any member of my family has had contact with the kidnappers,” Mohammed told Leadership today, February 5.

He continued, “the kidnappers had on the 19th of January, Tuesday, driven into my Marafa estate residence with a Toyota highlander, silver colour at about 6:30 pm, and picked my two children under the guise that they were taken them to me.

“They (kidnappers) took them to No 10 Sultan road, gave the six-year-old girl one thousand naira and sent her to go buy meat. While she left on the errand, the kidnappers drove off with the innocent boy to an unknown destination. Since then, we have not had any contact with the kidnappers."

Similarly, three housewives were also, on January 31, abducted at Dorayi village in Zaria local government area of Kaduna state.

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Although the police today, February 5, confirmed that the women identified as Maimuna Abubakar, aged 25, Mairo Hussaini aged 20, and Hauwa Ibrahim of 20 years old, have been released unhurt.

 

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