Kidnapped Judges In Zamfara Regain Freedom
Kidnapped Judges In Zaamfara Regains Freedom
Two Sharia court docket judges kidnapped in Zamfara by unknown gunmen about two months in the past have regained freedom after a ransom of two million naira was paid.
The 2 judges, Salihu Abdullahi and Shafi’u Jangebe had been kidnapped on their approach again to Zamfara from Maradi in Niger Republic and had been requested to pay N10m every, however the cash was not accessible.
When the bandits realized that, the judges couldn’t produce the quantity after a number of days in captivity, they lastly referred to as their relations and requested them to carry no matter they might afford.
Talking to The PUNCH, a brother to one of many launched judges, Malam Hassan Samaru stated, “When the bandits realized that we couldn’t meet their demand of N20m, they lastly referred to as us and advised us to carry no matter we’ve got.
“We paid two million for the 2 judges and so they had been launched.”
In keeping with him, seven different individuals who had been in captivity together with the 2 judges had additionally paid varied sums of cash and had been launched.