Kidnappers Abduct ACP, Mr. Isa Rambo Demand N50m Ransom

Published 3 weeks ago by: Mister Jay Wonder
at 08:34 PM, 20/10/2019 (3 weeks ago)

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The Area Commander, Suleja Area Command of the Nigeria Police Force, Mr. Isa Rambo, has been kidnapped by gunmen around Kaduna , Sunday PUNCH has learnt.

A senior police officer told our correspondent that Rambo, who is an Assistant Commissioner of Police, was kidnapped on his way to Jos on Saturday evening.

The senior officer said, “He was kidnapped around Kaduna and was on his way to Jos along with his driver when they were attacked and whisked away. The kidnappers have made contact with us and are demanding a ransom of N50m.”

The victim is the second senior police officer to be abducted in the last three months.

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Psalmbes at 09:00 PM, 20/10/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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Nigeria jagajaga!!!
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scottchris at 09:50 AM, 21/10/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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Ok na......

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