Former Nigeria’s Foreign Affairs Minister Ambassador Bagudu Hirse Kidnapped In Kaduna

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November 20, 2016 – Former Foreign Affairs Minister Ambassador Bagudu Hirse Kidnapped In Kaduna

Ex-Foreign Affairs Minister, Mr Bagudu Hirse has been kidnapped.

His abduction was confirmed by his brother, Chief John Hirse in Plateau state today.

He told our sources on phone this afternoon that his younger brother was kidnapped in Kaduna at the home of ex-Minister, Mamman Daura an associate of President Buhari.

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Chief Hirse said the gunmen mistook Hirse for Daura and picked him up in the early hours of today.

As at the time of this report, his abductors are yet to contact his family.

5 thoughts on “Former Nigeria’s Foreign Affairs Minister Ambassador Bagudu Hirse Kidnapped In Kaduna

  1. kidnapping has became a lucrative business in Nigeria and goverment are not doing anything about it. i think is good to be kidnapping high profile people like this.

  2. WOW, FOR A MAN THAT SERVE THIS NATION , THIS NIGERIAN GOVERMENT SHOULD PUT A HARD KNOK LAW IN PLACE TO TACKLE THIS NONSENCE , IF NOT , IT WILL HIT HOME SOON , PEOPLE NOW SEE IT AS A WAY TO GET MONEY , JUST LIKE WHAT THE EAST AFRICANS OF SOMILIA USE TO SEE IT

  3. This is exactly what I have been talking about. Now, kidnappers are gradually gaining their way through the bureaucrats. This is getting more interesting because these people are doing nothing to address the issues facing common Nigerians. All our law makers see their position as avenue to make money only.

    I don’t like this unlawful act but this will send a strong message to people in both upper and lower chamber of the house that they are not exempt from being kidnapped. I will always prefer the kidnappers to deal with the big icons in the government not individuals who are making their money through their genuine business.

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