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Gunmen abduct two FULAFIA students, demands 25m ransom

Unknown gunmen kidnapped two FULAFIA students on Sunday, following sporadic gunshots in Mararaba community, Lafia of Nassarawa state.

The Nasarawa state police command has confirmed the invasion of suspected gunmen into Mararaba community shooting sporadically between the hour of 7pm and 8 pm, kidnapping two students of the Institution.

Confirming the invasion via a telephone conversation on Sunday to reporters is the Public Relations Officer of Nasarawa State command, ASP Ramhan Nansel  who said the anti-kidnapping squad has been dispatched to commence investigation.

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“We have just met as I speak with you at 12.30 pm in the Anti-kidnapping office with the institution’s PRO (public relations officer), CSO (chief security officer) on the issue.” Nansel stated

According to reports, the first son of Hon. Yahaya Adams (Major), by the name of Zafir Yahaya Adams, was kidnapped last night with one other student.

The source added that the kidnappers had demanded the sum of N25 million after contacting the family at about 11.30 pm on Saturday night.

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