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The Nation, Blueprint correspondents, wives, children abducted in Kaduna

The Nation, Blueprint correspondents, wives, children abducted in Kaduna

• July 7, 2024
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The police command in Kaduna State on Sunday said two journalists and their families were kidnapped in Kaduna at about 10:30pm on Saturday.

The command’s Public Relations Officer, Mansir Hassan, who confirmed the incident, said operatives were trying their best to see that the victims were freed and unhurt.

He said: “We have deployed our operatives into the bush where the kidnappers are suspected to be in the area. The victims are the Chairman, Correspondents’ Chapel, Kaduna State NUJ Council, AbdulGafar Alabelewe and three of his family members kidnapped last night at Danhono 2, Millennium City, Kaduna. Also, the correspondent of Blueprint Newspaper Abdulraheem Aodo and his wife were kidnapped too at the same place. Alabelewe is also the correspondent of The Nation newspaper.” 


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