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The Story Of Nabeeha Al-Kadriyar: How Kidnappers in Abuja Killed Her (Photo, Video)

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In a heartbreaking turn of events, Alhaji Mansoor Al-Kadriyar and his six children fell victim to a harrowing kidnapping incident that has left the nation in shock. Tragically, one of the abducted persons, identified as Nabeeha Al-Kadriyar, lost her life at the hands of the kidnappers. This incident, now widely discussed under the hashtag #NajeebahAndHerSisters, has sparked outrage across social media platforms.

Nabeeha, a dedicated 400-level student of Biological Science at Ahmadu Bello University, was laid to rest on Saturday in accordance with Islamic rites. Compounding the tragedy, others abducted include Najeebah, a 500-level Quantity Surveying student, and Nadheerah, a promising 300-level Zoology student. The kidnappers initially demanded a ransom of N60 million, a figure that has since escalated to a staggering N100 million.

The news has triggered an outpouring of grief and solidarity on social media, with users expressing their outrage and calling on security agencies to intensify efforts to rescue the remaining victims. The family and well-wishers are turning to social media platforms to seek financial assistance, amplifying their desperate plea for support.

File Photo: Nabeeha being buried

Sherifdeen, a relative of the victims, took to social media to share the family’s urgent situation, stating, “We have been given until Friday, January 12, 2024, to gather the money. That’s N10 million per child. To support the efforts in securing their freedom, we humbly seek financial assistance. Bank details have been provided on my Facebook page.”

Notable figures, including Prof. Isa Pantami and former presidential aide Bashir Ahmad, have expressed their condolences and are urging swift action. Ahmad, in a tweet, called on the Nigerian Police to respond to the situation promptly.

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This tragic incident serves as a call to action for all concerned citizens. The hashtag #NajeebahAndHerSisters is being used to raise awareness on social media platforms. It is imperative that we unite in demanding swift and decisive action from the authorities. Our collective efforts can make a difference in amplifying the urgency of the situation.

DDM News will continue to provide updates on this heartbreaking situation. Our hearts go out to the Al-Kadriyar family during this challenging time. As we await justice and the safe return of the remaining victims, let’s stand together against such heinous acts. Stay informed, stay connected, and contribute to the collective call for justice.


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