Kidnapped ABU law students’ families paid ransom – Victim’s brother

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A fresh twist has emerged in the kidnap and release of three final year law students of Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, as the brother to one of them debunked police claims of rescuing them.

The students were kidnapped on Tuesday along Kaduna-Abuja Expressway after their commercial bus ran into a barricade set by the bandits.

Spokesman for the Kaduna State Police Command, Yakubu Sabo, had said you n a statement that the p9kice rescued the three students while three other captives were being looked for.

However, the brother to one of the students, Sadiq Ango, said on Twitter that their families quickly gathered a ransom and paid on Wednesday.

“Lies… It took us 48 long hours of negotiations with the kidnappers to secure the release of our sister to us, NOT the police. Ransom was paid in full as negotiated with the three families involved,” he stated.

 

 

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