Information reaching Raw Nigeria has it that Kidnappers operating in the north-central geo-political region of Nigeria have killed three siblings and a motorcyclist after receiving a ransom of N60 million in Taraba state.
According to Daily Trust, the siblings were killed in a forest near Garin Dogo in Lau Local Government Area of the state on Sunday, December 25, after the kidnappers received the ransom from their father.
Residents of the area said that the victims – of the same father – were abducted by their captor who made a request of N100 million from their father, Alhaji Musa, a cattle dealer.
It was gathered that the cattle dealer has negotiated the release of his three sons with the kidnappers and the parties agreed on N60m ransom for the release of the three siblings.
Furthermore, a motorcyclist was hired to deliver the ransom to the abductors in the forest near the village but the kidnappers killed the four of them after collecting the ransom from the bike man.
Sources within the community said that the victims were buried on Monday, December 26, in the village.
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In a related incident, five suspected kidnappers were gunned down by the army at Maisamari town in Sardauna Local Government Area of the state on Sunday, December 25.
It was also gathered that the suspects were alleged to have been behind most of the kidnappings in the area.
They were said to have met their Waterloo while trying to kidnap a cattle dealer in the area.
The police spokesman in the state, DSP Usman Abdullahi, confirmed the two incidents.
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