‘Kidnappers Still Insist On N150m For Abducted Sisters’

Family members of two abducted sisters, 23-yr-old Ejura and 19-yr-old Unekwu Opaluwa who were kidnapped from their parent’s residence in Karmo, Abuja are appealing to Nigerians to help with their prayers for their release.


The two sisters

It was reported on June 10 that the armed robbers had demanded a ransom of N150 million and however, they are still not willing to negotiate as they are insisting on collecting the money before releasing the ladies.

A relative, Mr. Amade Opaluwa who spoke on behalf of the family said: “The kidnappers have become very harsh lately in their conversations with the family. They are still insisting on the N150m ransom. Unfortunately, they do not allow us to talk to the girls. And also, we are not able to call them on the telephones, only they can call us.”

“I use this opportunity to appeal to all Nigerians to help us with prayer. What we need is constant prayers for the safe release of our sisters. Everybody is getting increasingly worried,” Amade said.

The victims’ father, Samson, is a director of the Federal Ministry of Work.

The Abuja Police Public Relations Officer, Altine Daniel has said the police were still going on with their investigations.

“Like I told you, we are still working on it. And if there are any updates, we will let you know,” she said.

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