KADUNA: Three people abducted in Kajuru castle freed – Police

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KADUNA: Three people abducted in Kajuru castle freed – Police

KADUNA: Three people abducted in Kajuru castle freed – Police

The release of the three people kidnapped in Kajuru Castle, a recreational resort in troubled Kajuru Local Government area of Kaduna State, have been secured by the police, an official stated.

The release was made known via a statement by the Public Relations Officer of the Kaduna Police Command, Yakubu Sabo yesterday.

The statement indicated that the release was achieved due to an ‘intensive pressure’ mounted on the kidnappers by the police.

On the 19th of April, the three were kidnapped at the Kajuru Castle when gunmen attacked the resort.

Ms. Faye Mooney, a Briton, a communications and learning specialist for an international non-governmental organisation, Mercy Corps, and Matthew Oguche, a Nigerian training assistant with the International NGO Safety Organisation (INSO), were left dead during the attack.

Even though the Police in their reaction promised their immediate release, but this couldn’t be achieved until after 12 days in captivity.

 “The three victims kidnapped at Kajuru Castle recently during the unfortunate incident that claimed the lives of Ms Mooney and one other have also been released today due to intensive pressure mounted on the surrounding areas by the Police,” the statement reads.

KADUNA: Three people abducted in Kajuru castle freed – Police

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