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Boko Haram Demands $500,000 From Federal Government To Free 5 Abducted Aid Workers

Boko Haram Demands $500,000 From Federal Government To Free 5 Abducted Aid Workers

According to report reaching OYOGist.com, suspected Boko Haram insurgents have allegedly demanded $500,000 from the Federal Government led by President Muhammad Buhari, for the release of four abducted Humanitarian Workers, and a Security Guard, in captives after appeal to their respective organisations for intervention, according to the newsmen.

According to report gathered by newsmen, the Humanitarian Workers and Staff of State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), Action Against Hunger, Rich International, International Rescue Committee, and a Private Security Guard abducted, also sighted sitting on Local Mats begging Federal Government and Organisations to come and rescue them from Khalifa soldiers, who demanding 500,000 dollars before they could regain freedom.

It was however, revealed that, the group is demanding 500,000 dollars before the captives could regain their freedom, while appealing in a two-minute video released by the Islamic sect, showing the Humanitarian Workers and Saff of State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), Action Against Hunger, Rich International, International Rescue Committee, and a Private Security Guard to intervene before being kill.

Recalled that, Dami Mamza, chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Adamawa State, also disclosed that, Boko Haram insurgents demanded a ransom of €2 million (about N800 million) for Lawan Andimi, who was abducted early January, before being killed by his captors, according to report.

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