Bashir Ahmad, a former media aide to former President Muhammadu Buhari, criticized the Nigeria Police Force on Saturday and urged it to take swift action in response to the kidnapping of six sisters in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. He claimed that the kidnappers were requesting a ransom of N100 million. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
Ahmad, Buhari’s Special Assistant on Digital Communication, tweeted about the kidnapping of Najeebah and her five sisters, who had been in the abductors’ den since last week, on his X handle. He urged the Nigeria Police to act quickly.
He also disclosed that available information at his disposal indicated that Najeebah had been killed by the abductors over inability of the family to raise the money being demanded for ransom, saying dangerous things could also happen to the other five sisters.
According to Ahmad: “I join fellow concerned Nigerians in urgently calling on the Nigeria Police Force through its PPRO to acknowledge and respond to the unfortunate incident involving the kidnapping of Najeebah and five of her sisters more than a week ago.
“The information shared by a family member this morning indicated that the kidnappers have tragically killed Najeebah as a warning and demanded N100 million ransom for the release of the remaining victims. We implore the Nigeria Police to prioritize this case and deploy all necessary resources to safely rescue the remaining victims.”
The spate of abduction, robbery and other forms of attacks in the Federal Capital Territory in the last few months has caused many people to call for urgent intervention of various security agencies in order to nip the activities of criminals in the bud.
Below is the screenshot of the post by Ahmad on the development: CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>