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Oronto Douglas’s Sister Kidnapped In Bayelsa State: Augusta Douglas Ayam Abducted In Ogbia

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Oronto Douglas’s Sister Kidnapped In Bayelsa State: Augusta Douglas Ayam Abducted In Ogbia

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Oct 15, 2013 – Oronto Douglas’s Sister Kidnapped In Bayelsa State: President Jonathan Special Assistant’s Sister Abducted In Ogbia

The immediate younger sister of Mr Oronto Douglas has been kidnapped by some unidentified gunmen.

Mrs Augusta Douglas Ayam was abducted on Monday night at her house located in Ogbia by some masked gunmen.

She was immediately whisked away in a boat to an unknown location in the creeks.

Oronto Douglas is the Special Assistant to President Jonathan on Research & Strategy.

As at the time of this report, the kidnappers are yet to contact Augusta’s family.

These criminals have turn kidnapping into a full-time job in Nigeria.

Wishing for her safe return.

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  1. New Yorker

    October 15, 2013 at 3:01 PM

    I’m afraid of constant kidnapping o. I think I might have to cancel my ticket for Chrismas. This is becoming just too much
    Everyday someone must be kidnapped in Nigeria
    Are we the only people in Africa so why are we so different?

  2. sharton

    October 15, 2013 at 3:20 PM

    may God have mercy on those kidnappers soul’s bcos i can see them heading to hell if they refuses to stop this nonsense act they will see the wrath of God by that time it will be too late for them to ask for forgiveness,kidnappers go and work ooo jobless civilians.

  3. sharton

    October 15, 2013 at 3:31 PM

    fools go and do something meaningful with ur lives kidnapping is not the answer to whatever u guys want to achive in life repent now or rot in hell warning from God.

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