Friday, 20 September 2013

SSS Foils Kidnap Of Late President Yar’Adua’s Daughter

The State Security Service (SSS) on Thursday paraded two suspects alleged to have plotted the abduction of one of the daughters of late President Umaru Yar’Adua.
According to SSS spokesperson, Marilyn Ogar, the suspects, Hamza Abubakar (27) and Dennis Okoro (43) on August 21 attempted to abduct the unnamed daughter of the late president at a construction site at Kado, Abuja, said to be owned by the lady.
Ogar said having cultivated the friendship of a security guard at the construction site, Abubakar co-opted Okoro and other accomplices to carry out the operation but the attempt was foiled in the nick of time.
Similarly, one Nicholas Eze was also paraded for document counterfeiting and extortion of various sums of money from five illegible candidates for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) for whom he succeeded in securing postings for national service in different states.
Eze collected a total sum of N530, 000 from his five female undergraduate “clients”, with which he produced call up letters and other documents that enabled them enlist at the NYSC.
The female undergraduates claimed to be students of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and they enlisted the services of Eze to enable them join other qualified graduates for the compulsory national service.

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