3 Kidnapped Victims Regain Freedom In Sokoto

3 Kidnapped Victims Regain Freedom In Sokoto

Gov Aminu Tambuwal

Sokoto State Government said that three kidnapped victims have been released from their captors following the negotiation between government and bandits in the state.

Malam Aminu Abubakar, the Director of Press to Sokoto Deputy Governor, Alhaji Manniru Dan’iya, made this known in a statement on Monday in Sokoto.

Concise News gathered that this is the third batch of abducted persons released by bandits in the state.

Abubakar said the state Commissioner for Careers and Security, retired Col. Garba Moyi handed over the rescued persons to the deputy governor.

He said those released were 60-year-old Musa Danbuwa; Ahmadu Rufai, 16, and 7-year-old Adamu Rufai, who were all captured during Ramadan fasting period (sometime in May), this year.

According to him, the freed persons were the last people captured in Sokoto based on the report made available to the government and were released without any ransom.


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