Kidnapped Covenant Students Freed After N10m Ransom

Filed in COVENANT UNIVERSITY by on June 18, 2014 0 Comments

Report reaching news desk has it that, The two kidnapped students of Covenant University kidnapped in Abuja last week regained freedom yesterday afternoon after 10 million ransom was paid to the kidnappers.

A competent source who did not want His name in print disclosed to grapevine that two students were released immediately after the ransom was paid. It was not clear who paid the money to secure the release of the abducted students.

“The girls were given transport fare to go home and they returned to their family in good health,” the source said.

The two sisters identified as Miss Ejura and Onekwu Opaluwah were said to have been taken away in the booth of a blue Honda car on a Sunday.

The kidnappers reportedly made contact with the family of the girls demanding a N200 million ransom which they eventually reduced to N150 million.

A family source said the father of the girls was robbed of valuables during the attack by the hoodlums who took away the girls.

When contacted, the FCT police spokesperson, Deputy Superintendent Hyelhira Altine Daniel confirmed their release and said they also heard about the N10 million ransom but declined to speak further.

The two Female Students of Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State were Last week abducted from their home in life camp, Abuja.

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