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God is Good Enugu Kidnap: Gunmen demand N10million ransom

Suspected gunmen have reportedly kidnapped seven passengers travelling with a vehicle belonging to God is Good Transport Company.

God is Good Enugu Kidnap_ Gunmen demand N10million ransom lailasnews

According to reports the passengers, mostly women were on their way from Enugu to Lagos when they were intercepted around Ore, Ondo State, and whisked away to an unknown destination.

Sources have also made it known that the kidnappers had since contacted the victims’ families, demanding 10 million Naira ransom for their release.

A source close to one of the victims made it known that the kidnappers had threatened to ‘waste’ the victims if the family failed to corporate. The source said;

“Yes, we have been begging the kidnappers not to harm them. One of the victims is my sister and she’s is in her first trimester. They have threatened to waste them if we don’t corporate.”

The Nigeria Bar Association, Abuja chapter, had last week confirmed the ugly incident, calling on relevant security agencies to help rescue the victims.

“We just received a report that seven passengers travelling on the 7am @GodIsGoodMotors Bus from Enugu to Lagos were kidnapped today around Ore.

Their location is still unknown and their families are in despair. PoliceNG_PCRRU @PoliceNG @YomiShogunle @Opetodolapo @ChidiOdinkalu, take note”

NBA Abuja@NBAAbuja

We just received a report that 7 passengers travelling on the 7am @GodIsGoodMotors Bus from Enugu to Lagos were kidnapped today around Ore.
Their location is still unknown and their Families are in despair.@PoliceNG_PCRRU @PoliceNG @YomiShogunle @Opetodolapo

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