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Friday, September 30, 2016

Central Bank Governor Emefiele's Wife Reportedly Kidnapped

A group of heavily armed kidnappers yesterday abducted Margaret Emefiele, the wife of Nigeria’s Central Bank Governor, Godwin Emefiele, Sahara reporters is reporting.




A source close to Mr. Emefiele who pleaded anonymity said that Mrs. Emefiele was kidnapped along the Benin-Agbor Road. The source added that the kidnappers have made contact with their victim’s husband, adding that they were demanding a huge sum in ransom.


 Mrs. Emefiele’s kidnap represents one of the most high-profile kidnap cases in 2016.

sahara reporters.

62 comments:

  1. She would be found in jesus name

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  2. Awwwwww, I pray they catch these kidnappers o.
    May she be found o

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  3. Awwwwww, I pray they catch these kidnappers o.
    May she be found o

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  4. Hmmmmmm..

    Can the rich be comfortable where the poor is so badly treated? May she be released in one piece. Amen.
    But can this be a wakeup call?

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    1. It's simple, ignore the proles and they turn right back around to torment your bourgeois ass.

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  5. Ghen ghen!
    Time to cough out some money.

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  6. Ewooooooo! God have mercy on her in Jesus name

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  7. this is good news! let these people understand pain and suffering too! kidnappers please don't kill her oo but let her husband feel a blow after he parts with an amount very substantial. these people don't understand what the ordinary nigerian is going through in this very deep economic crisis. spill your unsolicited and redundant negative response if you like

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    1. Don't be silly.

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    2. How can say that.. Its not fair at all.

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    3. Are u for real? Good news u said !!!!
      A woman's life in danger, a family facing uncertainty and u celebrate it ..... Jeez

      U r a stone cold, wicked witch. My God have mercy on you.

      (I AM THE ANALYSER)

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  8. Yuletide is coming and with this economic mishaps expect more crime,pls criminals direct your crime to the rich folks and leave the poor alone,kidnapp their generation if need be,but leave those ones suffering to make ends meet,including the politicians

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  9. Sahara report? Mtchewwww


    But wait o, if it's true, then they should pay na.

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  10. Now the kidnappers are talking. They should be targeting those in power,not people hustling for their daily survival. In my good mind: I hope she is found safe and sound o. May bad thing not happen to us. Ameen.

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  11. O boy....

    This is serious...

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  12. Ghen, Ghen, Ghen. Let the negotiation begin. I know they will deny paying ransom.

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  13. Hmmmmmm

    How is this possible?

    His family ought to be properly guarded nah

    In this Buhari time that boys are not smiling! Nawa

    God pls return her safely...

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  14. This shit is getting too much. Hopefully everything will be resolved.

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  15. Santa Maria!
    The daredevils are at it again.
    I pray she is safe.

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  16. God have mercy.... that was how some body that i know was kidnapped two weeks ago...and that boys are now playing pranks with the family..they have refused to let the mans wife talk with him even after paying them some money o... *just sad*

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  17. Kidnap gini? Na the new method of money laundering these high officers de use oh.

    Madam wan talk sey she no no se her oga na persona non grata for the country, na im she de waka for road like sey dem be free birds. Abeg thats their business.I dont pity these people anymore biko.

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  18. Onwa December ibiala...choi I pity the woman o they should sha not shine her Congo o cause that would be the worst thing ever!
    Recession after math o nawa!

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  19. He should give the kidnappers a share of the national cake, I like it when politicians and their family members are kidnapped.

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    1. Is he a politician? Pray tell us the party he belongs to? Pls think it through this time before you type.

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  20. As insensitive as this might sound,i advice these kidnappers to face politicians and their families and leave the common man alone..things might just start looking up who knows?

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  21. May God touch the hearts of the kidnappers.
    How I wish the wife has the keys to all the dollar rising and naira falling.

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  22. Hahahahahaha Hahahahahaha.
    Am sorry am laughing.

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  23. Hmmm. I pray she won't be harmed.


    God Bless Everyone.

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  24. Does Sahara report News?

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  25. Dear kidnappers and Armed robber please start going after the rich political holders in Nigerian and all those who have looted our economy. Kindly leave the poor citizen alone. thank you.

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  26. May God resque her from her abductors

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  27. Odikwa very serious. May God protect and save her.. it is well with her fam

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  28. Nice one... The top need to feel what the bottom is going through

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  29. Ewo oooo. Too bad

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  30. Hahahaha dollars ti won. Emiefile sorry o na so we see am for this change. Don't worry recession and kidnapping is coming down

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  31. Mehh those kidnappers are really deadly. how could they have kidnap the woman? I thought such people normally move around with armed police escorts? Who knows an insider could be involved.

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  32. Chai!..,
    There is hunger in the land!,,
    How I wish it's Aisha Vuharia that they kidnapped!...
    How come wife of a prominent man like this don't go with security guards?...

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    1. I do agree with this your statement Linda Eze..
      My thoughts just went to if only it was Aishat , let them feel what the ordinary people are going through

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  33. This is every Family's worst nightmare. I hope and pray they let her go.

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  34. Na wa o. Upon all the security.

    And they are asking for one billion plus.

    Pray she's returned safely.

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  35. Nice one. They shouldn't kill her but they should collect enough money oo

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  36. She will be found

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  37. Boys are not smiling, the street is boiling. She's be found in one piece by God's grace.

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  38. Madam Stella, I commend you for this like and dislike buttons! Good job!

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    1. Anon 2:54am pls where is the like and dislike buttons o? 😯

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    2. Kwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwa

      Me too i'm looking for d like n dislike button

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  39. Stella, I love this new platform.More grease to your elbow.Happy Independence day celebration fellow bvs.

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