Wife of CBN governor, Godwin Emefiele kidnapped | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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According to recent reports, unknown gunmen have reportedly kidnapped wife of Central Bank governor, Godwin Emefiele.



According to Sahara Reporters, Mrs. Emefiele was kidnapped along the Benin-Agbor Road.

A source also disclosed 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.

Efforts to reach the CBN governor were unsuccessful.

(SaharaReporters)

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    1. you this long mouth shemale, most u always comment on every story. You are begining to become a nausant in this flora

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    2. What a foolish statement by wendy

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    3. So you want the killed? What crime has she committed that warrant such a heartless thought? Think twice bro.

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  2. Kidnappers is getting too much nowadays. No security. Nobody is thinking how to move this country forward. Everybody is after money.

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  3. Eh! better these are the type of people you need to be dealing with

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  4. Hummm. This one is a big catch for the kidnappers. They may demand for the entire foreign reserve as ransom. Chei, Nigeria don hear am ooo

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  5. Good for him. If those in power can not build a better society then the bad built society will continue to hunt them. Let them 4 once feel what is called hardship.


    #GODSHALLFIGHT4US#

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  6. What do u expect in a country of baboo. They are the policy makers. Serves him right.

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  7. Do we still have legislooters. in this country? Why can't they put in laws against these kidnappers. Death penalty is the only options.

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  8. Death penalty my foot! The best option is social justice and equality. When you get richer in a society filled with poor people, you're automatically an endangered species.

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