A younger Nigerian woman, Safiyanu Amira, who raised a false kidnap alarm on Twitter just a few days in the past, has confessed that nothing of the type occurred and apologized to Nigerians.
Amira had, in a sequence of tweets, alleged that she and 17 different victims have been kidnapped at gunpoint from totally different components of Abuja final Tuesday by males in uniform and pushed off in a van and later separated into two teams.
She had additionally tweeted the places of the alleged kidnappers, claiming they have been unaware that she was with a telephone.
A barrage of involved Nigerians rapidly reposted the misery tweet, pleading with the Nigerian police pressure to intervene.
Nonetheless, the Federal Capital Territory Police Command later disclosed that it had discovered the lacking Safiyanu Amira and debunked the alleged kidnapping.
“The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command needs to categorically debunk the viral information of the alleged kidnapping of 1 Safiyanu Amira and seventeen (17) others who have been reportedly kidnapped at gunpoint by Armed males in Police uniform on Tuesday 14th June 2022 at about 1:00 pm and to state that Safiyanu Amira is at present protected in Police custody.
“Whereas she is at present within the hospital receiving medical consideration as demanded by international greatest practices, the investigation continues and findings will probably be communicated subsequently. A press release launched by the command’s Deputy Police Public Relations Officer, Oduniyi Omotayo learn.
Effectively, Amirah, in a tweet on Monday, June 20, apologized to most of the people whereas confirming that there was certainly no kidnap.
She acknowledged that she had deliberately taken herself out of her home to these places and starved herself for 4 days.
“Good day all, I wish to formally apologize to most of the people, to the entire police division and my family and friends for deceptive them with the beneath tweet, nothing of such occurred and it was all simply my delusions and adverse pondering, I’d additionally prefer to thank
I deliberately took myself out of our home, went to those places, entered bushes and dehydrated and starved myself for 4 days identical to that, there was no kidnapping, nothing in any respect, I really apologize and please pray for me. I Want it.” She tweeted.
Amira’s tweet, nonetheless, stirred extra concern for tweeps, as many expressed doubts that every one is nicely with the younger woman.
A Twitter consumer @Oghenetega_Ara wrote,
I don’t consider this, perhaps she was compelled to kind this or somebody is doing it on her behalf. She ought to launch a video of herself at house together with her household,let’s make sure earlier than I do know what to say”.
@Ellasoma21, “She isn’t nicely”.
@OlaitanMicheal6 wrote, “This woman is sick…actually sick. In future, one other individual match tweet say dem don kidnap am, and folks no go take am critical, coz na this type factor go trigger am”
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