Abducted Niger Traditional Ruler freed
The traditional ruler of Wawa in Borgu Emirate, Borgu local government area of Niger State, Alhaji Mahmud Ahmed Aliyu has been freed by his abductors.
According to Nigerian Tribune, statement issued and made available to journalists on Saturday in Minna by the Chief Press Secretary to the state governor, Mary Noel- Berje confirmed the development.
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In a report by one of the newsmen: a top title holder in Wawa, Mallam Bala Gala said, “We are in celebration mood, the Dodo of Wawa who was picked up by the bandits last weekend has been released.
“We are elated that after spending a week with his abductors, he was released just now, we thank God for his mercy.” jamb result
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