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Saturday, October 01, 2016

Kidnapped Wife Of CBN Governor Released

Wife of Central Bank of Nigeria ( CBN) Governor, Mrs Margaret Emefiele, kidnapped some 24 hours before, has been released by her abductors.




According to family sources she was rescued “due to the gallantry of the Armed Forces, Police and Security Forces”, in Ugoneki near Benin City and is currently recuperating in Government House, Asaba.

THISDAY and other mainstream media had delayed the story, Friday due to an appeal from the Emefiele family given the sensitivity of the negotiations for her release from the kidnappers yesterday.


*I am happy she came out alive..just wondering if they paid that money requested by the idiots.I am sure they will deny paying but i hope the notes were marked to catch the idiots later....




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    1. 80m was paid heard d kidnap was orchestrated by his brothers bcos he doesn't 'fend' 4 dem! Crazy... *reporting live from Agbor*

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    2. Sharp sharp them for pay,Ideato better behave yourself or them go kidnap you, the bad part be say you be born throwaway and your spiritual husband no better person see you. Winch

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    3. *no let better person see you. Demonic entity.

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    4. Is it the money they would be trailing

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    5. I'm sure they'll catch her abductors. If not, then a big shame on the Nigerian police force if money was actually paid and nobody was caught.

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  2. Happy independence Nigeria! I pray things get better

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    1. Under 24hrs...that was pretty fast. Yet the chibok girls are still missing.



      Oh well...

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  3. Thank God.
    Am sure they paid ransom but will definately deny it

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  4. Negotiations. Meaning money changed hands.

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  5. Money has exchanged hands sharp sharp but as usual they won't admit so as to discourage future kidnappers.

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    1. Of course. Otherwise they'll keep recording high profile cases of kidnap everyday.

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  6. Mrs korkus, did I read where you wrote make notes?
    Madam, most of those kidnappers are graduates, so they are wise professionals...

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  7. If she was released because of the gallantry of the armed forces, then why didn't they catch her captors

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  8. It's a good thing she was saved and no life was lost but just like the saying "na condition make crayfish bend". Nigeria go better. Udo di.

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  9. Hahaaaaan, Stella why are you calling them idiots.. they would not have hurt her. They just needed the money. When there's nothing to survive on, the poor will start eating the rich. I'm glad the kidnapers now know where to channel their anger on. They should keep kidnaping the rich(those that enriched themselves using government funds) obtain money from their families and free them.

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    1. True. The poor will surely eat the rich. The rich are not invincible Afterall. They sure paid.

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  10. Idiots you sat? How about the other idiots who wake up and make policies that affect the common man without thinking twice??

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  11. That was pretty fast too. Nice one.

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  12. Ha,they will pay,after all shey the whole of the Nigerian armed forces were sent to rescue just one person,imagine the life of a common man in this country,where most lives are lost or kidnapped,the armed force aren't sent to rescue them,just cause she is the Cbn wife.

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  13. Good news. I believe they paid something if not all.

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  14. They have submitted the handsome randsome sharp sharp..

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  15. No be naija again?
    Of course they paid and no, the notes weren't marked.glad she is okay.

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  16. Thank God for ur life, madam

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  17. Glad she is rescued and hope with other kidnapped along with her...They would have paid but not obviously that outrageous amt or nothing close to it (1.5bill). If not payment made, maybe arrest would have been made along side d operation

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  18. Emeka Anya said.....

    Lol,afi gallantry of the armed forces,police and security agencies

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  19. Stella, they paid o.

    Wait o, why r u calling them idiots? They r working nau. At least not lazying about

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  20. Thank God! Make them try kidnap buhari na

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  21. D kidnappers should come and give me small money oo because I know they have been settled

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