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Delta Senator Sounds Alarm After 12 of 19 Kidnap Victims Lose Their Lives; Aide Remains Missing


Delta Senator Sounds Alarm After 12 of 19 Kidnap Victims Lose Their Lives; Aide Remains Missing

A tragic incident unfolded in Galadimawa, Abuja, around two weeks ago, where 19 individuals were forcefully abducted from their homes by unknown gunmen. Among the victims was Barrister Chris Agidy, Senior Legislative Aide to Senator Ned Nwoko, who has been deeply involved in addressing this distressing situation.

Senator Ned Nwoko swiftly engaged law enforcement, contacting the Commissioner of Police and activating the Anti-Kidnapping team. However, despite these efforts, the situation remains dire. According to reliable police sources, 12 of the abducted individuals have tragically lost their lives, while seven are still held captive.

Continuous coordination with security operatives persists, but communication with the kidnappers for negotiation has proven immensely challenging as their lines remain inactive. Efforts are concentrated on securing the remaining captives, including Barrister Chris, from a forested area roughly 100 kilometers away from Abuja. The difficulties in reaching the kidnappers add to the complexity of the situation.

While awaiting updates from authorities, Senator Nwoko’s team remains committed to achieving a swift and safe resolution. They express solidarity with the affected families, especially Barrister Chris’s, and offer thoughts and prayers during this challenging period.


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