Breaking: Another 14-year-old Benue girl kidnapped in Sokoto, allegedly housed by Sultan

Breaking: Another 14-year-old Benue girl kidnapped in Sokoto, allegedly housed by Sultan


Despite the angry reactions that trailed the alleged kidnap of 14 year old Esse Oruru from Bayelsa state to Kano, relations of another missing 14 year old girl, Patience Paul, have alleged that the primary six student of Mohammed Zako Model Primary school, Sokoto may have been abducted and housed at the palace of the Sultan of Sokoto.

Kidnapped Patience Adaji Father of the girl, Mr. Paul Adaji, an indegene of Ochobo in Ohimini local government area of Benue, said that his daughter had been missing since August 12th., 2015. Mr. Paul who resides in Sokoto with his family, alleged that some persons sported his daughter at the palace while the family was searching for her.

He said, “we got information that she was in the Sultan’s palace and the last time we went there we did not find her there.”

When asked how they knew she was at the palace, he said, “some people told us that they saw her there, they also used to camp some of them there before, that is why we went there to see if she has been taken there. Even her friend who used to be a Christian was found there. She was taken there and they converted her.

“We will still continue to search for her, we will not give up, we only want the world to help us so that our daughter can be released to us.


Subject matter: Forceful abduction
Name of complainant: Paul Isaac Adaji
Reasons complain about: Forcefully abduction of my daughter by the Hisbah group in Gidan Kukah, Runjin sambo area sokoto.
Date missing: Since on the 12th of August 2015.
Name of the girl: Patience Paul Her age: 14 years Language spoken: Idoma
Her whereabouts: In the Sultans palace GSM Number of the Hisbah commander’s or abductors: 1) Ilyasu Muhammed Gsm No. 08169317038 2) Umar Dauda Gada Gsm No. 08035584277
Source : Vanguard


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