Kidnapped Briton in Abia community still alive

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From OKEY SAMPSON, Aba

Fresh facts have emerged over the nationality of the lady kidnapped in an Abia community some weeks ago who was reported to be an American citizen and to have died in the hands of her abductors.

Daily Sun has reliably gathered that the lady, whose name was given as Nora Mankel is a Briton and was still alive although had not been freed by her captors weeks after she was kidnapped.

Nora, whose mother hails from Umunkiri in Obingwa Local Government Area of Abia State and was married to a Briton where she (Nora) was born, was reported to have visited her mother’s home town during the Easter holidays as she had always done, when she was kidnapped.

According to a close family source, who wouldn’t want his name in print, Nora, on the day she was kidnapped had gone to town in the company of her fiancé, whose identity could not be ascertained as at press time, to buy some items she intended going back with to the United Kingdom. As they were said to be coming home late in the evening after shopping, in a bulletproof red Avensus Toyota car, on approaching the main gate to her grandparent’s house at Umunkiri, the hoodlums, who had laid in wait, opened fire on the vehicle.

The shooting was reported to have lasted for several minutes and later died down. However, due to the fact the car was bulletproof, none of the occupants was hit by any bullet, but the vehicle was demobilized as the four tyres were destroyed in the process.

Daily Sun also gathered that after about 30 minutes, hoping that the hoodlums had escaped, Nora’s fiance opened the driver’s door of the car and the men of the under world, who were still around, opened fire again, killing him instantly before abducting the lady to an unknown destination.

Soldiers, who were earlier alerted over the incident were said to have allegedly traced the home of some of those involved in the operation to Onicha Ngwa, where they made some arrests and burnt houses believed to belong to the hoodlums.

Questioned on the fate of the kidnapped lady when he visited Aba over the weekend, Abia State Commissioner of Police, Usman Tilli Abubakar gave hope of her rescue as he said, “since I reported officially to the state about 42 days ago, there have been only four reported cases of kidnap. We have rescued three victims and we are working hard to rescue the fourth victim.”

There are indications that the lady might be freed anytime this week as impeccable source informed that family members were said to have concluded arrangements to meet up with the ransom demanded by the kidnappers.

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  1. The Abia police commissioner referred to 4 cases of kidnapping as “only”. Well, even one case is one too many. I hope Osisikangwu, dead or alive, is not proving to be osisikangwa. Seems locals are sheltering criminals. On a separate note- is that backgroud photo a street in Abia? Shocking!!

  2. .@ alhaji Dan-Azumi Gana,in as much as crime anywhere is condemnable , on what account do you mallams slaughter human beings like rams in arewa land ?

  3. Alhaji Dan Azumi or whatever you call yourself i just want to advice you that before you remove a stain from somebodys eyes first remove your own you know what your so called brothers in the north are doing, a word is enough for a wise.

  4. What a shame to The Sun Newspaper, The Voice of the nation. How can you gave such report last time on such a very sensitive matter. in fact, it make non sense of your publications. Is not funny. be sure of what you are telling the public. Can we not have a reliable thing in this country? Am very disturbed about the falling standard of news in Sun because we have so much hope on you guys.

  5. What a shame to The Sun Newspaper, The Voice of the nation. How can you publish such report last time on such a very sensitive matter. in fact, it make non sense of your publications. Is not funny. be sure of what you are telling the public. Can we not have a reliable thing in this country? Am very disturbed about the falling standard of news in Sun because we have so much hope on you guys.

  6. Chinedu Okonkwo a.k.a sir Meco on

    I wonder why u guys here wont stop these tribalistic sentimental zuzubilities. Nigeria is in a hot fire that deserves reasonable contributions and patriotism, but instead of that u guys are here portraying ur inter-tribe sentimental irrationalisms. Am disappointed in some of u (honestly).

  7. Is this a street in Aba.I find it difficult to believe.What are the indigenes doing? I can not blame the govt but the ignorant masses.

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