Aug 9, 2022

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Jubilation in Zamfara As Notorious Kidnap Lord Releases Over 50 Abducted Victims – Legit.ng

  • 52 abducted victims who were abducted by a notorious hijacker in Zamfara state have been released
  • The abductees were released after several months of conversations with the Kidnappers who led to an agreement
  • The victims are to be brought to Shinkafi City from a forest that is the hiding place of the kidnappers
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    A notorious and much wanted kidnapper in Zamfara state has released 53 people who had been in his custody for a long time.

    Daily Trust reports that Bello Turji made the release weeks after writing a letter to the Shinkafi Emirates Council expressing his willingness to turn a new page.

    Turji in his letter said that he was ready to lay down arms and accept the peace, as from the governor of the state s warned.

    Some residents of the state said that the recent release of the victims by Turji and his team are part of the dialogue with the kidnapping prince with the relevant authorities.

    Sources in the state said the infamous kidnapper kept his words and released several of his prisoners.

    Tribune reports that the released abductees are from The source said the prisoners would then be taken from that location to Shinkafi City for security reasons.

    The source said:

    “Buses have been lined up and instructed to move towards Maberiya, an area just 3 miles east of Shinkafi City.”. < / blockquote>

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    In addition, after his gang arrested a notorious bandit along the axis, the police stormed and killed a district chief.

    According to reports, several innocent people were abducted during the hour-long attack.

    2 notorious bandit leaders, others killed in military attacks in Zamfara Forest

    Two notorious bandits were neutralized after a NAF plane bombed their enclaves in a forest in Zamfara.

    Several of their cohorts were killed after multiple air strikes also sent to their graves in the early hours of Saturday morning.

    NAF has confirmed that their air strike on the bandit enclaves at Gusami Forest has killed the bandit leaders.