Kagara Erupts In Wild Jubilation

*As Bandits Release 18 Abducted Indigenes

KAGARA, a sprawling agrarian community in Rafi council area of Niger state erupted in wild jubilation early Wednesday evening as 18 members of community, mostly young women, regained freedom from the abductors after spending about three months deep in their abductors’ gulag.

Some of the released victims told our correspondent that before being released, their abductors took them on a 2-day trek from their location in a Zamfara forest before dumping them somewhere in another forest in Birmi Gwari, in neighbouring Kaduna state. They had to find their way from there to where they boarded a vehicle that brought them to Kagara.

Though 2n-network.com could not independently confirm payment of ransom, reliable community sources told our Correspondent however, that the release of the victims was secured after families members, supported by members of the community, raised a ransom put in millions.

Meanwhile, the victims have been taken to a nearby medical facility for medical evaluation prior to being released to their various families.

As at the time of filing this report, members of the community were still in jubilation mode with relations who could not hide their joy breaking down in tears upon reuniting with their kits and kins who were kidnapped on Thursday, September 28, 2021.

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