Nigerian Kidnappers Freed Oronto Douglas’ Sister; Augusta Released After Ransom Payment

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Oct 25, 2013 – Nigerian Kidnappers Freed Oronto Douglas’ Sister; Augusta Released After Ransom Payment

The younger sister of Mr Oronto Douglas, President Goodluck Jonathan’s strategic adviser has been released by her abductors.

According to family sources, after over one week in her kidnappers‘ den, Augusta Douglas-Ayam has regained her freedom.

Though a ransom was paid but her family members are not releasing the amount of ransom paid to the public.

Here is a press statement from her family members:

“After nine traumatic days in the hands of abductors, our beloved sister Augusta Douglas-Ayam was this morning (Thursday) unconditionally released to the family. We thank God for his protection and intervention. We also thank all Nigerians who through prayers and words of encouragement supported us throughout this ordeal. Our sister is currently in a hospital receiving treatment. We will not be making any further statements on this issue and wish to put it behind us”

Thank God it’s a happy ending.

3 thoughts on “Nigerian Kidnappers Freed Oronto Douglas’ Sister; Augusta Released After Ransom Payment

  1. Welcome back my dear,so no arrest was made during the transfer ? This is the climax of all crime,Am now sure that kidnapping should get a page in Nigeria constitutions and law because even the president is not safe is just a matter of time and well laid out plan.I now see why people living outside naija are afraid to come back,Evil is the only thing that last long and multiply in naija,the good days when a king son is known and a welcome visitor even to his enemy’s house is gone,if you have any car from 2005 model or build a monkey house to manage with your family and bear the title of landlord you are already a target.may God have mercy on his children and protect us from this evil that is taking the shape of what i can not pen

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