How Kidnappers Killed Doctor, His Son And Friend After Receiving N7.5m Ransom » Gisthour
The Nigeria police pressure has confirmed the arrest of two suspected kidnappers in reference to the homicide of a medical physician named Audu Benedict, his son and one different.
According to the assertion, Benedict, 70, was kidnapped alongside Iramon, his son, aged 32; and Samaila Akenjinba, his affiliate, aged 30; whereas travelling from Takum in Taraba state to Abuja on March 10, 2019.
For a number of months, the kidnapped individuals have been in captivity regardless of paying ransom to their abductors. But they have been later killed.
The suspects have been recognized as Henry Terkula, 25, and Terhile Tsavbe, a 30-year-old indigene of Benue state.
The assertion through the official Twitter deal with of the Police famous that the victims have been killed and buried in a shallow grave by the abductors regardless of receiving N7.5m as ransom.
“Police Operatives of the Intelligence Response Team arrested two (2) suspects for the kidnap of a Medical Doctor, Audu Benedict, his son and one of his associates in Katsina-ala LGA, Benue State while travelling from Taraba State to Abuja on 10th March, 2019,” he stated.
“The suspects, Henry Terkula Gwa ‘m’ 25yrs from Donga LGA of Benue State and Terhile Tsavbe, ‘m’ 30yrs from Gawa village, Katsina-ala LGA of Benue State have been arrested on the sixth and 11th June, 2020.
“Investigations revealed that the prison gang collected 7.5 million naira as ransom from the households of the victims as situation for his or her launch.
“The suspects compelled the late Dr Audu Benedict to challenge them a cheque of N500,000 which they cashed in a industrial financial institution in Gboko city, Benue State. Subsequently, the suspects killed the three (3) victims and had them buried in a shallow grave at Gawa in Katsina-ala LGA of Benue State.
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