This Is How Much 10 Abductors Collected For Kidnapping Two Sisters In Abuja
Mrs. Marilyn Ogar, the Deputy Director of Public Relations Department of State Services (DSS), on Thursday said ten persons who kidnapped two sisters in Abuja on June 8, received N10 million ransom before they released the victims.
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Speaking to NAN journalist in Abuja, she said: “The two girls were released on June 17’”.
According to her, the leader of the gang (names withheld), was arrested and convicted of illegal possession of arms and ammunitions in 2013.
“After serving the jail term of one and half years at the Keffi Prison in Nasarawa State, he returned to his criminal activities”.
Ogar said the leader confessed that he and four other members of the gang carried out the operation at Life Camp in the FCT and co-opted the others.
“They collected N10 million before releasing the victims. They lied to the co-opted members that they received only N6 million. Each core member of the gang received N1.3 million. He took N1.7 million” Ogar said.
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The DSS director further revealed to journalist that one of the suspects was a security guard in the house where the two sisters where leaving, adding that the security guard gave all the necessary information of the movement of the victims’ family to the kidnappers.
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