Protest In Abuja Over Incessant Kidnapping

Protest In Abuja Over Incessant Kidnapping      

There was tension as residents of Chukuku, a suburb of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), barricaded Kuje/Gwagwalada Road. THE NATION reports.

The protesters took to the streets to demand the Federal Government’s quick reaction to combat insecurity. Information Guide Nigeria

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Musa Abdul reported to THE NATION that a kidnapping gang invaded Chukuku Community in Kuje Area Council on Wednesday. jamb results

The youth made burn fire on the busy road, insisting that the government should provide adequate security to curb incessant cases of kidnapping being witnessed by the community regularly.

A resident, Mr Abiodun Bada also told our correspondent that over 10 people were kidnapped on Wednesday in a four-hour operation by the bandits in the community.

According to him, four other people were also confirmed missing last week while one person was killed before the bandits took away their victims.

When contacted, the FCT Police Public Relations Officer, Josephine Adah, a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) confirmed the incident and said normalcy has been restored.

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