Man Kidnaps Brother’s Child At Bodija Market Ibadan, Demands N2.5 Million Ransom

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March 8, 2016 – Man Kidnaps Brother’s Daughter At Bodija Market Ibadan, Demands N2.5 Million Ransom

A man has been arrested in Ibadan for allegedly kidnapping a member of his family.

37-year-old John Chima reportedly kidnapped his brother’s daughter at Bodija Market in Ibadan last week.

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According to police report, 13-year-old Ijeoma assisted Chima to carry foodstuffs to his waiting car around 8pm on February 29 but never returned.

An hour later, John Chima reportedly called his brother and demanded for N2.5 million.

18 thoughts on “Man Kidnaps Brother’s Child At Bodija Market Ibadan, Demands N2.5 Million Ransom

  1. We keep reading/hearing of kidnapping,accident,firing stories almost everyday. John is just the bastard in their family,for kidnapping his brother’s daughter. Should his brother offend him,he should have discuss that with him and settle the dispute amicably. Kidnapping shouldn’t be a revenge

  2. Naa in house parol…..very sure he’s full of regrets. Y did u do it in the for ibstance? Anyways, whatever comes out of it face it squarely.

  3. Naa in house parol…..very sure he’s full of regrets. Y did u do it in the for ibstance? Anyways, whatever comes out of it face it squarely.

  4. Are you feeling cold, dont worry there’s a warmer inside the cell u will feel better when get there. thief

  5. Quick cash! Wahala. Your own brother’s child for that matter? People like this can kill 100s of people so long as they will be rich. Nonsense

  6. A brother who turned an Alien just bc of money n got exposed 4 d world 2 c.

    D qus nw is… Hw z he gono face his ppl after dis whole failed episode?

  7. In Nigeria, we need a little bit of draconian law to correct ourselves because, the our fellow country men are hard hearted. Until when some of these offenders are facing firing squad, this kidnapping will continue to triumph in Nigeria. The way people see it in Nigeria is like let me just go out there and kidnap any one from middle class and collect ransome, easy money. If i’m being caught, the police will lock me up for a while and if im able to hire a good lawyer, I will be back on the street again. When the criminal have this kind of mind set, they will continue to threatening the life of innocent people but if they realize that if they were caught that is the end of their life, they will stop. Most of these young dude are following their seniors who have done the same thing and nothing happened to them. This campaign can start from Lagos State instead of the Governor issuing warning to these youth, he should have signed a death warrant for like a dozen to start with, then you will discover how Lagos state will be free of crime but if the Government has no intention of passing out death sentencing on these criminals, all these warning is meaningless and nobody will take such Government serious.

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