Unknown Heavily Armed Men Kidnap Two Pregnant Women In Kaduna

Published 4 years ago by: Mister Jay Wonder
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at 22-10-2015 06:09AM (4 years ago)

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UNKNOWN but heavily armed men allegedly kid­napped three persons in­cluding two pregnant wom­en at Mararaba Jos in Igabi Local Government Area of Kaduna State at about 2am last Monday, relatives of the abducted persons have al­leged.

Suarah Ibrahim and Hali­ma Ibrahim, elder sisters of one of the victims, Bilikisu Sani, 17, who spoke to newsmen yesterday in Ka­duna, said their visit to the secretariat became neces­sary after effortless search of their loved sister since the day of incident yielded no result.

The middle-aged wom­en, who looked physically troubled, said they had ex­tended the search to Nigeria Police Force headquarters, Directorate of State Servic­es (DSS) and 1 Divisional Army Headquarters all in Kaduna without any trace.

Halima Ibrahim said: “The men came to the area in different security agen­cies’ uniforms at about 2am and forced their way into the house. It was later we discovered that occupants of the house, including two pregnant women who were just in their nightdresses were whisked away. I am the elder sister of Bilikisu Sani who just got married.

“We have gone to 1 Divi­sion, but we were told they did not have anybody with such description in their custody. We also went to office of DSS as well as the police headquarters here in Kaduna where we heard the same story.

“We decided to come to NUJ because we do not know whereabouts of our people. We do not even know on what grounds the arrest was made. All we know is that the men were in security uniforms and the operation lasted for about five hours.”

Contacted, Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Kaduna Police Command, DSP Zubairu Abubakar, said he was unaware of any joint operation on Monday, October 12, but promised to make contacts.

But about an hour later, he replied through a mobile message which simply read: “For any army operation, call their PRO pls. Thanks.”

Calling the Public Rela­tions Officer of 1 Divisional Army Headquarters, Ka­duna, Col. A. O. Abdul, he also said he was not aware of any operation involving the army on the said date. He promised to make con­tact and get back to this re­porter but he never did.

However, Public Rela­tions Officer of Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC), Kaduna State Command, ASCII, Orndiir Terzungwe, con­firmed that Army did called for reinforcement on that day, but could not ascertain whether it was for the case under review.


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musleh247 at 22-10-2015 06:32AM (4 years ago)
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Wonders shall never end, 9ja i hail oo
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morgrawl231 at 22-10-2015 06:35AM (4 years ago)
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This is getting serious....
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Trueyarn at 22-10-2015 06:46AM (4 years ago)
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It's only in nigeria any group or person can just barge into your home and insist he's arresting you.Big F9 to Nija security.
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 07:22AM (4 years ago)
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This is serious!
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SOGaiya at 22-10-2015 07:24AM (4 years ago)
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Hpin to u see u guys soon
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 07:30AM (4 years ago)
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I will always put the blame on NPF whenever issues like this arises. They can't claim that the blame isn't theirs
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 07:33AM (4 years ago)
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The arrest of NPF is usually in the form of kidnapping. They will just whisk the person away without formal introduction of themselves to the person n his people n that's y kidnappers will pretend to be them n will succeed
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 07:35AM (4 years ago)
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Human rights requires that d officers introduce themselves n their station n a brief info y one is being arrested but we don’t get that here in Nigeria
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 07:36AM (4 years ago)
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Human rights requires that d officers introduce themselves n their station n a brief info y one is being arrested but we don’t get that here in Nigeria
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 07:37AM (4 years ago)
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 Nigeria  has gotten to a height in which the right of the suspect would be greatly respected
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 07:38AM (4 years ago)
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N the police can't claim b on duty n not b aware of a counterfeit police operating to oppress innocent citizens
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 07:42AM (4 years ago)
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This is kidnapping either by criminals or our security agencies cos arrest in such manner is not right at all
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 07:44AM (4 years ago)
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If our security agencies are on their respective duty posts, they will always spot n move of criminals parading themselves as police or soldiers
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 07:45AM (4 years ago)
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This government says its theme is change n I want that change to start from the NPF
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 07:47AM (4 years ago)
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I pray they call the family to request for ransome cos what happened was kidnapping not arrest
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 07:49AM (4 years ago)
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The law also permits those who arrested anyone n no one come looking for the arrested person after 72 hrs, to go to the person's home to announce his arrest
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Marah001 at 22-10-2015 08:16AM (4 years ago)
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That totally rubbish
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freethinker at 22-10-2015 08:37AM (4 years ago)
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APC AT WORK
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larrychuckz at 22-10-2015 08:46AM (4 years ago)
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The police is turning into several things already, from armed robbers, car snatchers to even kidnappers. Nigerians be security conscious
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