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BREAKING: Kidnapped American, Canadian rescued in Kaduna

By News Express on 20/01/2018

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Two expatriates kidnapped in Kaduna, North-West Nigeria, have been rescued, a report reaching News Express said.

The two men were on their way from Kaduna to Abuja, the Nigerian capital, when they were abducted by gunmen along around Kagarko around 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday.

Two police escorts attached to the expatriates were killed in a gun battle during their brave attempt to save the men.

“The kidnapped foreigners were rescued at about 7:30 on Saturday morning,” a reliable source close to the police top hierarchy told News Express, without divulging details of the operation.

Source News Express

Posted 20/01/2018 11:41:24 AM


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