Kidnapping: Nabeeha Al-Kadriyah Sisters Regain Freedom


Kidnapping is a major problem in Nigeria in the early 21st century. Hundreds of Nigerians have been kidnapped for ransom in recent years, largely by criminal gangs who see it as an easy way to make money. Close to 20 people were abducted in in the first week of 2024 alone. Hundreds of Nigerians have been kidnapped for ransom in recent years, largely by criminal gangs who see it as an easy way to make money. According to report, close to 20 people were abducted in in the first week of 2024 alone. No matter how desperate the circumstances, Nigerian law prohibits the payment of ransom money. Meanwhile, the four remaining siblings of late Nabeeha Al-kadriyar have regained freedom today, Sunday, 21st January 2024, from kidnappers in Abuja after receiving over N60 million naira ransom.

The Muslim Voice NG had reported how Nabeeha Al-kadriyar, along with her four sisters and their father, Alhaji Mansoor Al-Kadriyar, were abducted by kidnappers in their residence in the Bwari Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.

Their abductors had issued a deadline for the payment of ransom, and failure of the family to meet their demand led to the murder of Nabeeha.

After killing the victim, the bandits raised the ransom from N60 million to N100 million, threatening to kill the remaining sisters.

 

Last Sunday, a former Minister of Communicatons and Digital Economy, Prof. Isa Pantami, announced the mobilisation of a N50million for the Al-kadriyar family to balance up the money realised from crowdfunding in order to pay ransom and secure the release of the remaining girls.

An uncle to the girls, Al-kadriyar Sherifdeen on behalf of the family said:”Alhamdulillah, we express our gratitude to Allah for His trial and protection during the 19 days in captivity. We are thankful for the safe arrival of our beloved girls (Muslimah). May Allah continue to guide and safeguard us through every challenge.”

Read Also: Najeeba & Sisters: A Friend of Prof. Pantami Offers to Pay N50m Ransom, Police Promised to Rescue Others

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