Four Kidnapped Zamfara Women Regain Freedom Seven Months After

The Zamfara State Governor, Dauda Lawal, on Thursday, reported that  four women abducted have been  rescued from kidnappers.


The women had appeared in a two-minute-19-seconds video clip released by the terrorists a few weeks ago, appealing to the Governor to help in facilitating their rescue.


A statement by the Spokesperson to the Governor, Sulaiman Bala Idris, said that the rescued ladies were received at the Council Chambers, Government House, Gusau.


He noted that the government has been worried since the release of the video clip which prompted a swift response leading to their freedom.


Lawal while receiving the rescued victims thanked Almighty Allah for making it possible to witness the freedom of the kidnapped ladies.


The Governor further stressed that the rescued women will be fully reintegrated into society and their needs provided.


“As the Chief Executive of Zamfara State, I want to express my utmost gratitude to Allah for the freedom of these ladies who were kidnapped some seven months ago.


“It is indeed a moment of happiness for the government and the families of the victims.


“I am calling on the victims to consider what happened as a test from the Almighty Allah. “Let it not in any way affect their lives, for they have a better future ahead.


“Zamfara State Government will do all it takes to ensure that the rescued victims receive the necessary medical attention and provide all their needs.


“My Government is determined to do whatever it takes to bring an end to the menace of kidnapping and banditry in our dear state.


“It is a collective responsibility; we must cooperate and always provide security with relevant information,” the Governor said.


Earlier, the Zamfara State Director of the Department of State Service, Nuhu Umar, officially handed over the rescued victims to the Governor for onward handover to their families.


He said, “on the 15th of January, 2023 four ladies were kidnapped by bandits.


The kidnapped victims regained freedom through government intervention.


“The victims are Jamila Yahaya Isa, Aisha Yahaya Isa, Ummulkhairi Musa and UmmulKhairi Sani Umar.”


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