British Expatriate Shot Dead In Kaduna Attack Identified As Police Embark On Rescue Mission For Kidnap Victims

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Faye Mooney, Mercy Corps Nigeria Employer Killed In Kajuru Attack Remembered!

British Expatriate Shot Dead In Kajuru Attack Identified As Police Embark On Rescue Mission For Kidnap Victims

The name of the expatriate killed in last Friday attack on Kajuru Castle in Kaduna has been identified.

Abuja-based Faye Mooney, a British National worked with Mercy Corps Nigeria as communication direction until the unfortunate incident.

Efforts are ongoing to rescue several others kidnapped during the attack.

According to the PPRO, “continued efforts are still on course to rescue the kidnapped victims and bring the perpetrators to book.

“The slain expatriate lady Miss Faye Mooney is identified to be a Briton. She was a staff of Mercy Corps Nigeria. Investigation into the incident is in progress please,” he wrote.

The British expatriate and three others killed by suspected kidnappers at Kajuru Castle in Kajuru Local Governor Area of Kaduna State, at about 11:30am on Friday when the attackers stormed the area shooting sporadically.

A source close to the Local Government chairman told our Correspondent that the kidnappers abducted five other persons.

6 thoughts on “British Expatriate Shot Dead In Kaduna Attack Identified As Police Embark On Rescue Mission For Kidnap Victims

    • When did it become a crime to go on vacation and to a resort too? Remember she was with her Nigerian boyfriend and both of them were killed.

  1. El Rufai on my mind right now…

    May this gentle soul find peaceful rest in the presence of her creator.

    But seriously, Nigeria is gradually becoming one of the most fearful and dangerous Country to live on Earth.
    This is what to exect when you have Tyrants as a President and a state Gov.

    IT WOULD NOT BE WELL FOR ANYONE WHO HAS A HAND IN THE KILLINGS IN KADUNA AND OTHER STATES IN NIGERIA.

    I take a stroll..

  2. What are you doing in Nigeria woman! even if you must visit Nigeria you should have stayed in an area where some foreign visitors like you can be protected. It is in the news all over the globe. Northern Nigeria is not safe right now because of activities of Boko Haram and religion extremist. May your soul rest in peace.

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