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Kidnapped Adamawa female journalist regains freedom




The kidnapped feminine journalist in Adamawa State, Amrah Ahmed has regained her freedom.


Amrah, a information editor with the Adamawa Broadcasting Company Yola, was on the 4th of this month, kidnapped by unknown gunmen in her Mbamba residence, situated in Yola, the Adamawa State capital.

The kidnapped journalist, a nursing a mom, as gathered by DAILY POST, regained her freedom within the early hours of Wednesday.

The information of her launch was made public through WhatsApp platform by her husband, Alhaji Ahmad Isa Mbamba within the early hours of Wednesday.

Within the stated WhatsApp chat, he wrote “Alhamdulilla Amra has regained her freedom and reunited together with her household safely.”

In accordance with him “she returned safely. Our honest because of all colleagues for his or her present of concern and prayers.”

As of the time of submitting this report, DAILY POST couldn’t confirm whether or not ransom was paid to the hoodlums earlier than she was allowed the air of freedom.

It was earlier reported that her abductors demanded a ransom of about N50 million, which after sequence of negotiations, was diminished to N20 million.

Shortly after her abduction, it could be recalled that the management of the state chapter of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), had tasked all of the members of the union to embark on fasting and prayers for her protected launch.

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Kidnapped Adamawa feminine journalist regains freedom

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