PHOTO: Uyoobong victor Udofia and Emmanuel Emmanuel Esudue, among the Kidnapped NYSC members in Zamfara state KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, August 26, 2023

PHOTO: Uyoobong victor Udofia and Emmanuel Emmanuel Esudue, among the Kidnapped NYSC members in Zamfara state

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Uyoobong victor Udofia and Emmanuel Emmanuel Esudue, among the Kidnapped NYSC members in Zamfara state.

Pidonigeria wrote: "" NYSC corpers Kidnap update...
Uyoobong victor Udofia from the University of Uyo, and Emmanuel Emmanuel Esudue from Akwa Ibom State University, are both victims of the Zamfara state kidnap of NYSC prospective corpers by Fulani Bandits. They were on their way to Sokoto from Akwa Ibom State. Emmanuel Esudue was shot by the bandits on the leg, and he is currently nursing bullet wounds unattended to. He is battling for his life, but those bandits are demanding the sum of 4 million naira as ransom, before letting him go. They need help urgently. The women are vulnerable in the hands of those heartless bandits. They are subjected to molestation.
Government can not abandon their families to their faith."

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. 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.

"They called me with their line; they asked me to pay N4 million. I spoke with my daughter because I asked how they wanted us to pay; she said we should contact the AKTC,” the troubled father said.

“Since that time, they have not called and I have not spoken with my daughter. I don’t know if they have released them but my daughter has not called me.”

A military source who preferred anonymity had earlier confirmed the abduction to Channels Television, adding that a rescue team is combing the forest in order to rescue the victims unhurt. 

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