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Kidnapped Abuja Sisters Rescued



Abuja kidnapped sisters

Five of the six Al-Kadriyar sisters who were kidnapped from the Bwari neighborhood of Abuja in early January have been safely rescued by the Federal Capital Territory Police Command Anti-Kidnapping Squad working with Nigerian Army personnel.

On Saturday, January 20, 2024, at around 11:30 p.m., the abduction victims from the Zuma 1 region in the Bwari region Council were freed from the Kajuru forest in Kaduna State.

Abuja kidnapped sisters

The wife and three other children of attorney Oladosu Ariyo, who had been abducted in the Dutse neighborhood of the capital, were also set free.

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The 13-year-old Folashade Ariyo was one of the first victims of the kidnappers; she was killed in the same way as Al-Kadriyar’s daughter Najeeba. She was enrolled in Ahmadu Bello University’s 400-level program in Zaria.

The report was verified by FCT police spokesman SP Josephine Adeh, who also praised the security personnel’s efforts during the rescue operation.

“After the kidnappers struck the Zuma 1 area in the Bwari Area Council on January 2, 2024, the Federal Capital Territory Police Command Anti-Kidnapping squad relentlessly advanced in a coordinated effort with troops of the Nigerian Army, and the FCT Police rescued the victims and reunited them with their families,” the statement states in part.

As the Commissioner of Police FCT Command, CP Haruna G. Garba psc, expresses gratitude to Inspector General of Police IGP Olukayode Egbetokun ph.D., NPM, for the deployment of the recently commissioned Special Intervention Squad, which has enhanced the security architecture of the FCT and fostered public confidence, the Command also reaffirms its commitment to maintaining the strong security measures put in place in the area and other parts of the Territory for the maximum preservation of peace for everybody.

Thus, the good people of the Federal Capital Territory are urged to take note of the following emergency numbers and report any suspicious activity as soon as possible: 08032003913, 08061581938, 07057337653, and 08028940883. PCB number is 09022222352.




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