Nigeria Kidnap Ransoms

Nigeria Kidnap Ransoms

FILE- Counter-terror and regular police provide security at the offices of the Independent National Electoral Commission in Kano, northern Nigeria Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019. Nigeria's police on Friday, June 3, 2022 said they are still looking for suspects in the abduction of the head of the Methodist Church Nigeria who was freed in exchange for a ransom of 100 million naira ($240,600). Samuel Kanu Uche was freed on Monday, a day after he was kidnapped in Abia in southeast Nigeria, the Christian Association of Nigeria said.(AP Photo/Ben Curtis,File)

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February 14, 2019 11:51:18 AM
June 03, 2022 02:32:18 PM
Ben Curtis
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War and unrest, Terrorism, Counterterrorism, Government and politics, Military and defense, National security, Counterterrorism, General news, Crime, Kidnapping
Kano, NIGERIA
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