PHOTO: Heritage Polytechnic Eket graduate, SABANA ANYAEWE IKAN, is among the Kidnapped NYSC members in Zamfara state KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, August 26, 2023

PHOTO: Heritage Polytechnic Eket graduate, SABANA ANYAEWE IKAN, is among the Kidnapped NYSC members in Zamfara state

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Heritage Polytechnic Eket graduate, SABANA ANYAEWE IKAN, is among the Kidnapped NYSC members in Zamfara state. 

Taking to social media, popular Nigerian tabloid, Pidonigeria, confirmed the Gist. 

Pidonigeria wrote: "NYSC corpers Kidnap update.
Here is SABANA ANYAEWE IKAN, a graduate of Heritage Polytechnic Eket. she is amongst those Kidnapped NYSC prospective corp members in Zamfara state, who were traveling with AKTC bus from Akwa Ibom State to Sokoto state.
@officialnyscng @aksgovt @_PastorUmoEno @NGRPresident
Zemfara state government. Zamfara state governor, Dauda Lawal.

"Call them out. Tag all these handles. Message them. Repost so this post can go viral. These people in authority can not be comfortable in their homes, offices, even in their hotel rooms why some innocent Youths languish in the forest, in the hands of Fulani Bandits. 💔💔 
Her only crime is, she wants to serve her father's Land 😭😭
4 million is needed as ransom to rescue her, or those soulless murderers will kill her.
More updates to come....."


Kidnappers have asked for a ransom of N4 million to ensure the freedom of a National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member who was abducted in Zamfara State.

Recall that bandits abducted eight Corps members along a highway within Zamfara last weekend.

The recent graduates were said to have been travelling with an Akwa Ibom Transport Company (AKTC) bus from Uyo, Akwa Ibom to Sokoto State, to take part in the mandatory National Service when their vehicle was intercepted.

Emmanuel Etteh, the father of one of the victims, Glory Etukudo Thomas, confirmed the latest development to Channels Television in a telephone conversation on Friday, August 25. 

Etteh said the bandits called with their number to inform him about the abduction of his daughter and asked him to pay N4 million to secure her release.

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