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Punch Reporter Kidnapped Along Side Two Others By Unknown Gunmen

By Damilola Adeyemo

ABUJA – Okechukwu Nnodim a Punch reporter has been kidnapped alongside two others at the Arab Road area of Kubwa, Abuja on Wednesday.

In a statement, Nnodim’s wife said “My husband asked me to stay with the children in their room. I heard the men asking him to bring out money but he told them he didn’t have money in the house.

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“They took our phones and marched him out of the house. They went to our neighbour’s house and also abducted her two sons.”

The two others who were kidnapped were Nnodim’s neighbor children, their mother said  “They took the N9,000 in my purse, upturned the TV in the room and went away with my first son, Victor. My second son, Gbenga, started following them and they also took him away.”

The FCT police spokesperson, ASP Miriam Yusuf confirmed the incident.

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