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Vanguard News:
There is a tradition in Nigeria to pay for services not rendered. Electricity companies refuse to provide pre-paid metres and bill you while supplying darkness. You are made to pay multiple taxes similar to ransom because it is a hostage situation.
Daily Times:
Two weeks after he was abducted in Ughelli Town in Delta state by kidnappers, the proprietor of Kogbodi International Schools, Ughelli, Patrick Kogbodi has been released by his abductors after allegedly paying N2 million ransom.
Nigerian Tribune:
Tribune Online Abduction: 8 victims regain freedom after N85m ransom in Abuja About eight out of 10 people abducted last Monday by yet to be identified gunmen at Pegi Community in Kuje Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, have ...
Today:
Six people kidnapped last weekend from where they were breeding cattle in Gurin, Fufore Local Government Area of Adamawa State, have regained their freedom.
The Nigeria Lawyer:
Eight of the 10 persons abducted last Monday by unknown gunmen at Pegi, a sleepy community in Kuje Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, have been released.
The News Guru:
By Owei Lakemfa. There is a tradition in Nigeria to pay for services not rendered. Electricity companies refuse to provide pre-paid metres and bill you while supplying darkness.
Scan News Nigeria:
The sum of N3.8m was paid to secure the release of six kidnap victims in Adamawa State, a family source, Dahiru Gurin, has confirmed. Gurin informed SaharaReporters that, “The ransom was paid in three tranches of N800,000, N1.5m, N1m and N500,000.” The ...
CKN Nigeria:
Parents of the six students and two teachers of Engravers College, Kakau Daji, Kaduna, who were kidnapped on 3rd October, 2019, have blamed the Kaduna State Government over the continuous captivity of their children in kidnappers’ den.
News Wire NGR:
“I signed the Freedom of Information Bill to law, to expand the frontiers of…
Polis Online:
Six persons kidnapped by heavily-armed gunmen eight days ago in Gurin, a remote border town in Adamawa between Nigeria and Cameroon have regained their freedom after N4.4 million was paid as ransom.
Abuja Reporters:
By Adelani Adepegba, Abuja Eight of the 10 persons abducted last Monday by unknown gunmen at Pegi, a sleepy community in Kuje Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, have been released.
The Tide:
Six persons, including five herdsmen, kidnapped from Boro Wadu, a Nigerian town along the border with Cameroon, by armed men eight days ago have regained their freedom after the payment of N4.4million ransom.


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