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Kidnappers Demand $598m Ransom For Release Of Popular Nigerian Singer’s Mother

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The family of renowned Hausa musician in Nigeria, Dauda Adamu, popularly known as Rarara, is in a state of distress as the abductors of his mother, Hajiya Hauwa’u Adamu, have demanded a staggering N900 million ransom for her safe release.

The kidnappers, who initially demanded N1 billion, reduced the amount after a brief negotiation with a family member.

According to a source close to the family, the abductors contacted the family using a phone they stole from a woman during the kidnapping.

They confirmed that Hajiya is in good condition but threatened to harm her if their demands are not met.

The family is in a race against time to raise the funds, as the abductors have warned that any delay could have dire consequences.

The Katsina State Police Command has confirmed the arrest of two suspects linked to the abduction, and they are currently being interrogated by the authorities.

The police statement revealed that the suspects were arrested at the Danja Divisional Police Headquarters after a report was received about the kidnapping.

The investigation is ongoing, and the police have assured that further developments will be communicated as soon as possible.

The family and friends of Rarara are anxiously waiting for any update on the situation, hoping for a safe and swift release of Hajiya.


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