Over 100 Kidnapped Women Regain Freedom in Zamfara

The Police Command in Zamfara has reportedly aided in the release of over 100 abducted women in the Northwestern State.

The women who regained their freedom had been kidnapped by bandits at Kabaro Forest in Maru Local Government.

Shehu Muhammad, the Police spokesman said the abductees who had spent over 40 days in the custody of the bandits, were rescued in a collaborative operation with the state ministry of security.

“The Zamfara state police in collaboration with the state ministry for security and home affairs have successfully secured the unconditional release of one hundred kidnapped victims who were abducted from Manawa village of Mutunji district in Dansadau Emirate of Maru local government area of the State,” Shehu said.

“It could be recalled that on 8th June, 2021, some recalcitrant bandits stormed Manawa village, and abducted 100 villagers, including nursing mothers, males and children.

“The victims, who were in custody of their abductors for 42 days, were released without giving any financial or material gain and they will be medically checked and debriefed before being reunited with their respective families.

“The Commissioner of Police, Mr Hussaini Rabiu, warned the recalcitrant bandits to renounce criminalities and embrace peace or face the full wrath of the law. The command uses this medium to call on the good people of Zamfara state to support the police and other security agencies with credible information about the hideouts, movements and other activities of criminal elements.”

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