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Kidnappers Dare Security In Abuja City: Kidnap Man On Airport High Way, His Wife Escapes

Kidnappers have made an inroad into the heart of Abuja city, as they kidnapped a man, identified as Abdullahi Sabo on busy Airport road.
Report reaching us at Greenbarge Reporters online newspaper said that wife of the man, who was by his side when the kidnappers struck, jumped out of the vehicle and escaped.
The victim, Abdullahi Sabo was driving home with his wife in a grey Lexus SUV with registration number ABC 769 TP when the gun tutting men double-crossed his car along Sabon-Lugbe, Airport Road in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
It was gathered that the couple were returning from the city centre and heading home when the attackers, inside a golf car shot at the car and deflated the tyres.
It was learnt that the wife, who realised the danger early enough, jumped out through her side and ran away while the husband fell into the hands of the kidnappers.
This came less than 48 hours after gunmen invaded the Nigerian Army Post Housing Estate in the Kurudu area of Abuja and abducted some residents.
The abductees, who include the wife and one of the in-laws of a lawyer, Cyril Adikwu, were whisked away from their residents around 10 p.m. on January 18.
In a similar development, six girls and their father were abducted on January 9, 2024, at their home in Bwari, a suburb of Abuja.
The kidnappers killed the eldest sister, Nabeeha Al-Kadriyar, who had just graduated in biological science at Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, Kaduna State.
Also, on January 7, gunmen dressed in military camouflage uniforms, invaded the Sagwari layout estate in Dutse, another suburb in FCT, and kidnapped about 10 people.
The kidnappers also demanded a N60 million ransom from the families of the abductees for their release.
The gunmen, seeking to issue a stern warning to families, were negotiating ransom and killed three of the 10 victims.
Among the three victims killed was a 13-year-old secondary school student, identified as Folorunsho Ariyo.

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