The former lawmaker representing Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani, on Monday while reacting to the abduction of Niger Commissioner, Sani Idris, said no Nigerian is safe from kidnappers.
Naija News had earlier reported that the Commissioner of Information was abducted in the early hours of Monday by unknown gunmen.
The former lawmaker while reacting to the incident in a post on Facebook condemned the incident, describing it as tragic.
Sani wrote, “The abduction of the Niger State Commissioner of Information is tragic. This further attests to the fact that no one is safe. My prayers to him and other students of the Tegina Islamic school are are are still in the hands of their abductors.”
“The federal and state governments must wake up and address this consuming danger”.
In other news, the kidnappers responsible for the abduction of a popular nightclub owner in Bayelsa State, Mr. Tari Ajanami have released him.
It was however gathered that the kidnappers abducted his 38-year old wife and 74-year-old father-in-law who came to pay the ransom for his release.
Naija News recalls Ajanami was abducted on Wednesday, July 28 at about 6 pm at his building project site along Otiotio Road in Yenegoa, the state capital.
The kidnappers had demanded the sum of N200 million to release the nightclub owner but the family members took along N15 million to the scene of the exchange.
It was at that point the gunmen released the club owner himself but held on to his wife and father-in-law as a guarantee that the balance ransom will be paid.