The abductors arrived at Ihotu Park in order to board a car that would take them to Makurdi. They encountered the girl they had previously abducted and freed in exchange for a ransom there. They were even making use of a bag they had taken from the girl. One of the two who tried to flee was apprehended by the girl after she set off the alarm and stopped the other one. In the back of the car was a bag containing ghana must-go. It turned out to contain eleven million, precisely counted at the station. Soldiers and police arrived to save them just as mobs were about to set them on fire, according to the manager of the Ihotu park. The girl went to the station with them.

The commissioner received a call from the governor of Benue State, who expressed interest in the case. They are currently in Makurdi. The girl went with them. It turned out that another woman had also arrived at the station to verify that they were the ones who had abducted her.

A UniJos female fresh graduate was reported missing following a night out with her boyfriend Yoo. 

On Monday, March 6, 2024, a stunning young girl who had just graduated from the University of Jos, has been reported missing.

From what her friends have told me, 

“The woman was spotted at Varlaine Club around 8 p.m. with her new crush, a Y-hoo boy from Edo state, to celebrate her signing out—a custom that current students have adopted to mark the end of their formal exams at the university.”

It is been reported that the girl has been declared missing after hitting the club with the alleged Yah00 guy. Her number is unfortunately unreachable, and her closest friends are unaware of her whereabouts.

The location of the guy who took her out to the coub is unknown, but two of his friends were detained by the EFCC Kaduna State Command and will face charges when the time comes. 

We hope she emerges safe, sound, and healthy, as her friends and family pray.

FG pleads for time as matters of minimum wage declares indefinite strike from Monday.

The Federal Government has pleaded with Organised Labour to reconsider its decision to embark on an indefinite strike from tomorrow, June 3, 2024, in protest against the government’s refusal to raise the proposed minimum wage from N60,000.

The FG stressed that the interest of the masses should be the top priority of Organised Labour.