Police intervene after gunmen abduct ex-FCT minister in Nasarawa

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Solomon Ewuga, a former minister of state for the federal capital territory (FCT), was abducted by gunmen.

Ewuga was abducted at about 8:00 pm on Tuesday on his way to the FCT.The incident occurred at Kurmin Shinkafa, close to Gudi town in Akwanga LGA of Nasarawa.Confirming the incident on Wednesday, Ramhan Nansel, spokesman of the police command in Nasarawa, said officers were mobilised immediately to successfully rescue the former deputy governor of Nasarawa after they got a report of the abduction.

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Nansel said though no arrest was made, the police are working to ensure that those behind the kidnapping are prosecuted.“The former senator was on his way to Abuja and was kidnapped at about 20:40 hours, but due to mounted pressure by men of the Nigerian Police Force who were alerted on time, moved into the forest and rescued the senator,” THISDAY quoted him as saying.“No arrest was made, but the command is not relaxing over the matter to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to book as investigation is ongoing.

“As I speak with you, the state commissioner of police, Mr Adesina Soyemi, has ordered operatives of the command to move into the forest for possible arrest of the criminals.”

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