Popular human rights activist, Deji Adeyanju has expressed worry over spike in kidnapping in the country, saying bandits may soon start abducting governors and Senators.
The activist made this remark in reaction to the abduction of the Niger State Commissioner for Information, Mohammed Sani Idris.
Daily Report Ng had earlier reported how the commissioner was abducted at about 1 am from his home at Baban Tunga village in Tafa Local Government Area of the State.
Reacting, Adeyanju, in a tweet, wrote: “Bandits have abducted Commissioner of Information of Niger State. Very soon, they may start kidnapping Governors and Senators.”
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