Boko Haram kidnaps two ladies in Monduga – Police Commissione
By Munzali Shuaibu Gargai
Boko Haram militants seized two ladies in Mairari village in Konduga Local Government Area, according to Borno State Commissioner of Police Abdu Umar.
Umar made the comments in a Maiduguri interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), claiming that the incident occurred on June 7.
“Ari Mustapha of Mairari village in Konduga stated that gunmen suspected of being Boko Haram militants raided his house around 7:30 a.m. and kidnapped his two daughters.
“They were 26 and 30 years old, he claimed.
The commissioner stated, “He reported the intruders seized his two bulls and other valuables before escaping.”
According to the police commissioner, a police team was deployed with the information to locate the abductees and rescue them in the region, but they were unsuccessful.
The force will further up its activities, according to Umar, until the victims were retrieved and reunited with their relatives.
Members of the public are advised to report to security forces, according to the commissioner.