Kidnappers reduce ransom from N150 million to N20 million for Nasarawa governor’s aide’s release

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Kidnapper who captured the Special Adviser to the Governor of Nasarawa State on Local Government, Chieftaincy Affairs and Community Development, Mr. John W. Mamman, have diminished the payment they are requesting from N150 million to N20 million to free him.

Furnished attackers picked up passage to the home of the counsel in Dari, Kokona Local Government Area of the state last Saturday and held onto the person in question.

In any case, karma abandoned one of the speculated criminals as he was captured by certain individuals from the network and gave over to the police.

A source shut to the family said the shooters had made an interest for cash and that the family is haggling with them.

“The ruffians prior requested the aggregate of N150 million, yet later decreased it to N20 million the previous night,” the source said.

The source said when the ruffians called the family, they caught Mr Mamman crying of agonies at the foundation.

Ramhan Nansel, the order’s Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), likewise affirmed the improvement to writer in Lafia.

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