Mrs. Bridget Esene Give Detailed Account Of Her Hellish Ordeal At The Hands Of Kidnappers

Date: 27-01-2021 10:13 am (1 month ago) | Author: Giwa bayo
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The kidnapped spokesperson of the Edo State Command of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Mrs. Bridget Esene, has been set free by her abductors. Mrs. Esene was kidnapped last Sunday by five armed men who trailed her to her church at Ikhueniro, a surbub community in Benin City, the state capital. It was gathered that the Immigration spokesperson was released at about 4pm on Tuesday.
A source close to the Edo police command quoted Mrs. Esene saying that upon sighting them, she attempted to escape but was intercepted at gunpoint by the hoodlums.
“I was forced into the car and driven out of the church premises by the five gunmen who later sold me to another set of kidnappers who are suspected herdsmen.
“The armed men later took me into the forest and some other hardened kidnappers were on the ground to receive me. I was later sold to another set of gunmen who then took her deeper into the forest.
“l saw hell and l don’t wish my enemy such,”
allegedly said.
The State Police Command PRO, SP Chidi Nwabuzor, confirmed the release of Mrs. Esene, but declined to comment on whether a ransom was paid or not.
There were conflicting reports on how Mrs. Esene was released.
While a source alleged that police operative and local vigilante operatives rescued her from her abductors, a family source declined to disclose his identity, however, disclosed that ransom was paid to secure her freedom.
He was however silent on the amount paid to secure her release.
According to the source, “We were very discreet about how we went about securing her freedom because of the publicity generated by her abduction.
“Yes, we had to pay to get her released but the amount is not what I can say publicly for security reasons. She was released to us this afternoon, at about 4pm,” he concluded.

Posted: at 27-01-2021 10:13 AM (1 month ago) | Hero
- gogoman at 27-01-2021 12:07 PM (1 month ago)
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Posted: at 27-01-2021 12:07 PM (1 month ago) | Addicted Hero
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- Sameola1 at 27-01-2021 12:16 PM (1 month ago)
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God save us! Kidnapping now has supply chain structures in Nigeria. Too bad
Posted: at 27-01-2021 12:16 PM (1 month ago) | Upcoming
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- smart61 at 27-01-2021 10:31 PM (1 month ago)
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Kidnapping activities are becoming more lucrative business than oil runs.
Posted: at 27-01-2021 10:31 PM (1 month ago) | Gistmaniac
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