At last, the four surviving siblings of the late Nabeeha Al-Kadriyah regain freedom after going through the partways of fear.
Recall that on January 2, the sisters and their father were kidnapped in the Bwari Area Council’s Zuma 1 neighbourhood.
Later on, their father was freed so he could obtain ransom. Nabeeha was killed, nevertheless, because the family was unable to fulfil their demand by the date set by the kidnappers.
The robbers threatened to kill all the sisters and increased the demand from N60 million to N100 million after the little schoolgirl was killed by his captors.
Concerned Nigerians expressed their sympathies for the incident and offered help to prevent the deaths of the remaining sisters.
On Sunday morning, FMTBLOG receives a confirmation of the release from Josephine Adeh, the Police Public Relations Officer of the Federal Capital Territory Police, FCT command.
The PPRO claimed that despite signs that the N100m was paid before they were freed, they were saved by the FCT Anti-Kidnapping unit working in tandem with Nigerian Army soldiers.
She stated that on Saturday night, the victims were saved in the Kajuru forest in Kaduna State.
“The operatives successfully rescued the victims around Kajuru forest in Kaduna state at about 11:30 pm on Saturday”, she stated.