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Kidnappers Of Jonathan’s Cousins Requested For N50m

The Kidnappers of Patience Egbeni and Kate Eni, cousins to President Goodluck Jonathan, have purportedly requested N50 million payment for their discharge.
The casualties were abducted on May 20 at Akipelai, Jonathan’s maternal main residence in Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. Vanguard discovered that the casualties were a piece of Jonathan’s family relations anticipating his triumphant come back to the state today after his support of the nation.

The shooters were said to have reached their families five days after their kidnapping requesting the N50 million payoff to set them free.

At the point when reached, Police Public Relations Officer, Butswat Asinim, said the casualties had not been discharged.

Asinim said he was not mindful of the payment interest, including that security organizations were all the while trying endeavors to free them.

Be that as it may, a young pioneer in Ogbia, who did not uncover his name, said it took the gangsters over four days to build up contacts with their families.

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He said: “They called and requested N50 million payoff. The families are still nego-tiating with the Kidnappers.”

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