Bauchi: Fear grips Bogoro residents as gunmen abduct woman, baby

Worry has gripped residents of Bogoro Native Authorities Space of Bauchi State following Monday night time’s abduction of a 40-year-old lady, Hajiya Kadijah Audu Ardo of Tsamiya village in Boi space of the native authorities.

The girl and her child had been mentioned to have been kidnapped by closely armed gunmen in the midst of the night time, whereas her husband was away from dwelling and brought to an unknown vacation spot.

The Joint Process Power stationed at Boi, in a press release made obtainable to journalists on Tuesday, knowledgeable that the girl and her child had been kidnapped and brought to an undisclosed location on Monday night time.

“At about 12 hours, villagers reported to our workplace the kidnapping of 1 Kadijah Audu Ardo by closely armed gunmen.

“We rapidly mobilised our personnel and moved to the group. As of now, we’re doing all the pieces potential to safe the lifetime of the girl and her child,” the assertion learn partly.

A resident of Tsamiya village within the space, Mr. Joel Tuta, informed journalists that individuals within the space now dwell in worry following the kidnapping.

In line with him, “We live in worry since this incident occurred yesterday (Monday). The gunmen got here within the lifeless of the night time and took away Khadija and her child.”

Whereas talking on the kidnapping, the sufferer’s husband, Mallam Audu Ardo, mentioned he was not at dwelling when the gunmen invaded his residence and took away his spouse and baby.

He then appealed to the abductors to launch his spouse and child, saying that they’re each harmless.

“I went to see my cows in one of many villages close by and determined to move the night time there. I used to be not conscious something was about to occur.

“I used to be not at dwelling after they got here. I wish to enchantment to the abductors to please launch my spouse and her child. They’re harmless,” Ardo pleaded.

Reacting to the incident, the village head of Boi, Mr. Bala Ibrahim Likita, expressed shock, saying that it was the primary time such a factor may occur in his area.

“I’m shocked that for the primary time kidnappers have gained entry into my area,” he mentioned.

Efforts to get the Bauchi State Police Command’s response on the kidnapping proved abortive as of the time of submitting this report because the command’s spokesman, SP Ahmed Mohammed Wakil, couldn’t be reached. Supply: DailyPost

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