Bandits Contact Kidnapped Corps Members Parents And Demand For Ransom Despite Telecoms Shutdown

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Bandits in Zamfara State have evaded the telecommunication blackout in many parts of the state to reach out to families of two graduates abducted enroute to the National Youth Service orientation camp in Kebbi State.

According to Punch, the kidnappers reportedly demanded N2m ransom for each of the victims, Jennifer Iorliam and Joseph Aondona, and two other commuters kidnapped along with them.

The victims reportedly boarded a bus from Benue State to Sokoto State on Tuesday before they were intercepted around Tsafe Local Government Area of Zamfara State.

The driver of the bus and some passengers were said to have escaped and reported the incident at police stations in Zamfara and Benue States.

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