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Samaila Inusa Army increases cash reward for information on abducted colonel

The initial reward of N500,000 was offered by the army after Inusa’s abduction in Kaduna State on Saturday 26 March 2016.

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Chief of Army Staff, TY Buratai play

Chief of Army Staff, TY Buratai

(Vanguard)

The Nigerian Army has offered an increased cash amount of N1 million as a reward for anyone with information on the abduction of its officer, Col Samaila Inusa.

The initial reward of N500,000 was offered by the army after Inusa’s abduction in Kaduna State on Saturday 26 March 2016.

The latest information was contained in a statement released by the spokesman of the army’s 1 Division in Kaduna, Colonel Abdul Usman.

Usman said further that the cash reward was increased to spur the public to action.

He also added that persons who provide the army with information relating to the kidnapping would be adequately protected.

Inusa, a serving officer at the Nigerian Army School of Infantry in Jaji, Kaduna State was kidnapped in the Chikkun Local Government Area of the state.

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