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  • Updated: March 30, 2021

My Husband Will Not Pay Ransom If I Am Kidnapped, Hadiza El-Rufai Says As She Visits Farm

The first lady of the Kaduna State, Hadiza El-Rufai, visited her farm on Monday, and wrote on her Twitter, that her husband, Nasir El-Rufai, had warned that he would not pay a ransom if she were kidnapped.

She tweeted, “At my farm today. Anyone thinking of ** me should not bother. The man has already warned me that he will not pay any ******,” she tweeted, preferring to have the words ‘kidnapping’ and ‘ransom’ in asterisks.

Kaduna has been embroiled in attacks on communities by bandits and kidnapping of students for ransom

About 39 students of the Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka, Igabi, Local Government Area of Kaduna State in the early March, are still in their kidnapper’s den.

Ibrahim Shamaki, a father to Fatima Shamaki, one of 36 students died of a heart attack late Friday after hearing the news of his daughters kidnapped.

READ ALSO: Kaduna Confirms 30 Students Abducted, 180 Others Rescue

Shamaki died shortly after representatives of the students kidnapped met with the state government to protest for the release of their children.

On Sunday, news of another six evangelists of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) was kidnapped in the state.

All these and many un-accounted number of persons are currently under kidnappers’ watch. The State Governor has always said he would not negotiate with bandits in the state.



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