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8-year-old girl killed by kidnappers subsequent to gathering N3m ransom

Summary 8-year-old girl murdered by kidnappers in kaduna state, abductors killed 8-year-old girl after collecting N3m ransom, Asma'u killed by kidnappers


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Scarcely 48 hours following five-year-old Hanifa Abubakar was seized and harmed by her educator in Kano, an eight-year-old girl named Asma'u has additionally been killed in Zaria, Kaduna state, by her abductors after her dad paid N3m ransom for her release.

Asma'u was kidnapped by one of her neighbors on the 9th of December 2021 and when she neglected to get back, her dad, Shuaibu Wa'Alamu, held up a proper grievance with the police.

''My little girl was snatched on the 9th of December and when she neglected to get back, I stopped a proper protest with the Police.

After certain days, the abductors started to call my number and requested for N15m. Be that as it may, we arranged and I originally gave them N2m.

They gathered the cash in Rigasa area of Kaduna. Afterward, they called me again and requested for another N1. 045m as the main condition to deliver my little girl. I didn't contend. Be that as it may, I gave the cash to them.

Nonetheless, subsequent to paying the payoff as requested on the 19th of January, they called me to let me know they had murdered my girl. Furthermore they quickly turned off their telephone.

You see since from the underlying stage, I was following her abductors and doing their offering on account of the anxiety toward losing my little girl. Presently, they have killed her.

I realize the individuals who snatched her and killed her. They are around us. I'm have solid proof. I have told the Police. Furthermore they are on it. Truth be told, the suspects have been captured," he said.

 Affirming the occurrence, the representative of the Kaduna Police Command, ASP Muhammed Jalige, said examinations were continuous on the occurrence and that he expected to set additional data from zaria order up to have the option to give full subtleties.

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