Reactions as US-based Nigerian man escapes from kidnappers’ den

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Olushola Odeyinde

Reactions have trailed the escape of a US-based Nigerian, Chinweizu, from the den of kidnappers after he turned the heat against one of his captors, beating him to a pulp.

Chinweizu was abducted on the Akara Isuikwuato Road in Abia State alongside an unidentified woman.

It was gathered that the kidnappers, suspected to be Fulani herdsmen, seized the duo around 3 pm on February 3, 2021, and took them into the forest.

Reacting to the news of Chinweizu’s escape, some Nigerians took to Facebook where they expressed excitement.

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One Tracy A Ogbudu wrote, “The rate of kidnapping in Nigeria now is alarming, every day we wake up to stories of kidnapping! What is our president doing about it? When is he going to address the issue?”

Mayoress Odibeze Anulika on Facebook wrote, “Very good! He played them at their own game, We should start taking self defence classes seriously in this country we’re in.”

“If it was in US the guy would have been drafted into the US Army with high rank. Unfortunately, it happened in Nigeria where, I guess, by now maybe in police net for “attempted murder on a kidnapper,” Says Anthony Alfred.

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Treasure Anosike wrote, “You did well brother. It’s high time they license guns in this country.”

Olaiwole Ayorinde also wrote, “And what is the government doing to arrest this ugly situation across the length and breadth of the Country. The situation is worrisome and unfortunate as no one is safe. God help us in this country.”

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“Thank God for the victim. I hope the relevant security agencies will use this as a lead to capture other menacing kidnappers,” says Iyke Chyke

Okereke Iyke also wrote, “Nigerian soldier should recruit this man to help them finish Boko Haram and bandits.”

Sunday Fadahunsi “These people are in the forests. Let the President order the immediate combing of all the forests by the military. We are waiting for his action.”

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Reactions as US-based Nigerian man escapes from kidnappers’ den

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Olushola Odeyinde

Reactions have trailed the escape of a US-based Nigerian, Chinweizu, from the den of kidnappers after he turned the heat against one of his captors, beating him to a pulp.

Chinweizu was abducted on the Akara Isuikwuato Road in Abia State alongside an unidentified woman.

It was gathered that the kidnappers, suspected to be Fulani herdsmen, seized the duo around 3 pm on February 3, 2021, and took them into the forest.

Reacting to the news of Chinweizu’s escape, some Nigerians took to Facebook where they expressed excitement.

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One Tracy A Ogbudu wrote, “The rate of kidnapping in Nigeria now is alarming, every day we wake up to stories of kidnapping! What is our president doing about it? When is he going to address the issue?”

Mayoress Odibeze Anulika on Facebook wrote, “Very good! He played them at their own game, We should start taking self defence classes seriously in this country we’re in.”

“If it was in US the guy would have been drafted into the US Army with high rank. Unfortunately, it happened in Nigeria where, I guess, by now maybe in police net for “attempted murder on a kidnapper,” Says Anthony Alfred.

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Treasure Anosike wrote, “You did well brother. It’s high time they license guns in this country.”

Olaiwole Ayorinde also wrote, “And what is the government doing to arrest this ugly situation across the length and breadth of the Country. The situation is worrisome and unfortunate as no one is safe. God help us in this country.”

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“Thank God for the victim. I hope the relevant security agencies will use this as a lead to capture other menacing kidnappers,” says Iyke Chyke

Okereke Iyke also wrote, “Nigerian soldier should recruit this man to help them finish Boko Haram and bandits.”

Sunday Fadahunsi “These people are in the forests. Let the President order the immediate combing of all the forests by the military. We are waiting for his action.”

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