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OH MY GOD! Five Christian Women Kidnapped By Boko Haram Terrorists

Scooper Eyewitness

Oct. 29, 2020

Five missing Christian women are said to have been reportedly abducted by suspected Boko Haram militants while travelling in the same vehicle to the Northeast.
Miss Fayina Ali, an indigene of Adamawa State based in Kaduna and four other ladies went missing on Monday, 19th October 2020 when they left their homes for various destinations. 
According to a statement by a Human Rights, Advocacy, Relief and Psycho-Social Therapy organization, Stefanos Foundation, Miss Ali left home for Maiduguri, Borno State on Monday, 19th October 2020.
"She was reported to have been kidnapped by suspected Boko Haram Militia along with the four other females in a public vehicle," the statement reads.
"Information on the four other ladies was unavailable at the time of the filing of this report. Stefanos Foundation gathered that the Police has already been notified these cases and loved ones can only now hope for the positive feedback. 
Stefanos Foundation is calling on its supporters and indeed everyone to pray for the safe return of the victims and for God to continue to keep their distressed families" 
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Gunmen Abduct Anambra Varsity Professor
In another report, gunmen have abducted a female professor(name withheld) of the Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Anambra State.
The lecturer, it was gathered, was reportedly abducted on her way to Awka from the university. The President-General Enugwu-Agidi Brotherly Union, Ndubuisi Obijiofor, confirmed the incident in a statement.
He said, “This is to inform the general public of the unfortunate kidnap incident that took place on the Enugwu-Agidi-Nawgu Road on Wednesday about 6.25 pm.
“The kidnap victim, a professor with the Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Anambra State, who left for Awka after having a Senate meeting with her colleagues in the school, unfortunately, her movement was cut short by the activities of the kidnappers.
“This is the second time a lecturer would fall victim to the notorious kidnappers on the same spot. “The particular spot where the incident took place is highly deplorable, making users of the road more vulnerable to attack.
“The leadership of the Enugwu-Agidi community wishes to inform the general public to desist from plying that route as from 6.30 pm because of the security threats, while we strategise as a community to beef up security around the area.
“We also urge the state government to come to our aid by repairing the road to facilitate easy movement of vehicles on the road for security purposes. As I present this report the victim is still in their captivity.
The state Police Public Relations Officer, Haruna Mohammed, confirmed the incident.
He said, “Although the alleged incident was not officially reported, the Commissioner of Police, John Abang, has ordered for a discreet investigation to ascertain the veracity of the allegation, rescue the victim and fish out perpetrators in order to bring them to justice.”
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