Nigerian Woman Cries For Help As Her Sister Is Taken Away By Suspected Security Operatives (Video)

October 5, 2020
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Nigerian Woman Cries For Help As Her Sister Is Taken Away By Suspected Security Operatives

A Nigerian woman and her family are calling authorities to help rescue a lawyer, Bisola Ajayi who was taken away last night.

Bisola was taken away by suspected uniformed men last night October 4, on her way back home in Rumukwurushi, Port Harcourt.

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According to reports online, Bisola was trailed to her house in a car by armed men. One of the men was allegedly in an Army uniform while two were in Police uniforms but they had no badges or identifiers.

The uniformed men was said to have dragged the lawyer into a white Venza and took off.

Her sister shared a video crying for help immediately after the “kidnap”.

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Friends and colleagues of the missing woman are calling for the authorities to help find her.

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