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BREAKING: Gunmen Release Abducted Son Of Journalist After N3m Ransom Payment

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Chris Oghojafor, the abducted son of a Delta-based journalist and publisher, John Oghojafor Eqs. who was allegedly kidnapped by suspected Fulani herdsmen, has been released from the den of his captors.

He was released to member of his family near Ugolo-Orogun by the railway this night, a source privy to the development told BIGPENNGR.COM this night.

BIGPENNGR.COM learnt that Oghojafor’s son was released through the concerted efforts of former Delta state governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan and others.

The victim’s father, Oghojafor, a senior legislative aide to deputy president of the senate, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, who confirmed the development in a telephone conversation, was full of praised to God while thanking immensely former governor of the state, Dr Uduaghan and Chief Bernard Okumagba, a former commissioner of finance in Delta, whom he said God used to rescued his son from captivity of his abductors.

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The journalist disclosed that he has been having sleepless nights for days now over the abduction of his son who was a final year student at the Delta State University Abraka, until the ‘two men with beautiful hearts’ came to his rescue.

Chris was kidnapped on Friday evening by suspected Fulani herdsmen at Abraka.  Oghojafor, had earlier told newsmen that the kidnappers called his wife to demand the N50 million ransom, but later negotiated to N3 million.

He said, “They kidnapped my son since Friday night. They called my wife to demand for N50 million. Later, they negotiated to N3 million.”

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Oghojafor, who appealed to the kidnappers to release his son unhurt, said Chris was just a student who was planning to be a better person in society.

 

 

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