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20-Year-Old Man Gets N200,000 As Share For Helping Gang To Kidnap His Father

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Men of the Nigeria Police Force in Abuja have arrested a young man for assisting kidnappers in the abduction of his father.

The report confirmed to newsmen by the Force Public Relations Officer, CP Frank Mba, revealed that the young man had connived with a gang of kidnappers to swindle away his biological father and thereafter demanded a ransom of N2million.

Narrating his participation in the criminal act in Abuja on Wednesday, January 20, Abubakar Amodu who was among other 25 persons paraded by the police PRO, said his father was a herdsman and had given him 15 cows.

“I became friends with the members of the gang, who told me that my father was rich, and he should be kidnapped for money,” Amodu revealed.

“After we kidnapped my father, he paid N2m and I was given N200,000 as my share.”

Meanwhile, suspected kidnappers who have been terrorising Ahmadu Bello University, ABU, has been arrested by the Nigerian Police Force.

The Special Tactical Squad of the Inspector-General of Police arrested one of the workers of the institution working at the security department, Aliyu Abubakar, for providing information to kidnappers who have been terrorising the institution, Naija News reports.

Source: Naija News

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