3 SS3 Students Kidnapped Themselves In Enugu As Fake Kidnapping Becomes A Trend


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July 21, 2017 – Fake Kidnapping Becomes A Trend As Police Nabs 3 SS3 Students Who Kidnapped Themselves In Enugu

3 Senior Secondary School Students Kidnapped Themselves In Enugu As Fake Kidnapping Becomes A Trend

Enugu State Police Command today said three secondary school students have been arrested for allegedly faking kidnapping within the Enugu metropolis.

The state’s Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Ebere Amaraizu, disclosed this in a statement in Enugu.

Amaraizu said the students of the Enugu-based secondary school had demanded a ransom of N500, 000 from the alleged victim’s father.

He said the police through its Anti-Kidnapping Unit had begun investigation to unravel the circumstances behind the alleged faking of kidnap.

He said: “It was gathered that on July 11, one Nebeife Nnamdi aged about 17 years, who is a Senior Secondary School student of an Enugu-based secondary school, had been allegedly abducted by gunmen.

“Later, there was a demand of N500,000 ransom from his alleged abductors.

“Following the development, the operatives of the command’s anti-kidnapping unit swung into action.

“The anti-kidnapping unit through intelligence information nabbed Ene Chigozie Steven, Okafor Okechukwu and Nebeife Nnamdi, who is said to have been kidnapped, on July 14 at about 2:30 p.m., at their hideout at Trans-Ekulu within Enugu metropolis.

“The students revealed that the alleged kidnap was faked by them to collect money from the alleged victim’s father and are currently regretting their evil action.”


2 thoughts on “3 SS3 Students Kidnapped Themselves In Enugu As Fake Kidnapping Becomes A Trend

  1. secondary school for that matter.its now a new trend of making money overtaking yahoo yahoo.thanks to evans..even traditional rulers are faking it too.societal decay

  2. Kidnapping scheme is becoming attractive even to Nigerian youths. They are learning to put quick filthy money scams over honesty, hard work, integrity and academic excellence. As young as those kids are, they were planning to siphon N500,000 – half a million Naira from the parent of one of them. Nigeria, where is thy future? The country has been heading in the wrong direction for decades that even now, the younger generation have inherited aspiring for the wrong priorities and emphasis on ill-gotten money. Society has no conscience and our children are following the path to destruction. Our leaders are cursed, having no interest to safe-guard or preserve our nation’s integrity. Their only purpose in government is to embezzle money and our children are watching. As leadership be, so shall the followership. This is nauseating and pathetic, sad for our youths and disastrous for Nigeria. We see why other countries don’t want us to contaminate their citizens.

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