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Kogi Miyetti Allah Chairman abducted

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The Chairman of Fulani Socio-cultural group, Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association (MACBAN) in Kogi State, Alhaji Wakili Damina, was reportedly abducted.

He was abducted from his residence at Chikara village, Kogi local government of the state.

Secretary of the group, Mallam Adamu Abubakar said, some armed men who were fully dressed in Military camouflage forcefully took him away on 30th April, 2021

According to him, Speaking the abductors, numbering about eight, came in a white bus at about 12 noon to “forcefully” take away the Chairman from his house at Chikara village, Kogi Local Government.

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Abubakar said that he was informed of the incident about an hour later by the younger brother of Damina who claimed he witnessed the incident

He also stated that he immediately called the phone number of the missing Chairman, but it rang out.

According to him, the chairman’s number was switched off when he repeated the call about an hour later.

“Since then, his lines are not reachable and all efforts to know his whereabouts proved abortive”, Adamu told journalists on Tuesday.

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“I immediately notified the state Commissioner of police of the development, and the State government was also informed through the Special Adviser on security matters to the governor, Mr Jerry Omodara.”

The Secretary said that he and some members of the association visited the Nigeria Police Force headquarters, Abuja, to know if Damina was in their custody but they said no.

He also said that a search party raised by MACBAN had visited other places, including abattoirs in and around Abuja to no avail.

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Meanwhile, the Kogi state Commissioner of police, Mr Ede Ayuba, when contacted, said that the police are yet to locate the whereabouts of the Chairman.

The Commissioner said that immediately he was informed of the incident, he called Damina’s phone severally but there was no response.

Ayuba said efforts to get detailed information about the incident from the Divisional Police Officer in charge of the area where the incident happened were unsuccessful as the matter was not officially reported to him.

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