Last week Friday, gunmen reportedly stormed UniJos staff quarters, killed a Lecturer, and kidnapped his daughter.
The late Lecturers daughter, Joanna Drengkat has been rescued by the Police and she narrates her story.
Joanna said that she was recused by Police on Sunday, 17th May after the Kidnappers took her to the top of a mountain and abandoned her.
The girl said there were four men who came to their home and when they shot her dad, they asked her to follow them as she was dragged along. Because of how fast they were moving they ended up in the bush on top of a hill and they told her she wouldn’t be released till her ransom is paid.
She said when they were on the mountain, talking they started hearing gunshots and the kidnappers took to there heels immediately and abandoned her. That was when the police recused her.
Edward Ebuka, who is the Commissioner of Police, could identify one of the Kidnappers as Ali Mohammed as he was nabbed during the rescue operation, while an AK-47 rifle with breach number 1984/AP 0240 and 29 rounds of live ammunition was recovered from him.