The Kogi State chapter of MACBAN (Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria) has confirmed the kidnapping of its chairman by some unknown armed men dressed in military regalia.
The abduction of the State Chairman, Alhaji Wakili Damina, occurred in Koton-Karfe Local Government, Chikara Village where the gunmen numbering up to eight arrived in a white vehicle, broke into the chairman's house and whisked him away.
The Miyyeti Allah herders association Secretary, Adamu Abubakar, disclosed that all attempts to reach the abducted chairman was futile - his mobile number has been out-of-reach.
Mr. Abubakar also stated that Kogi State government and the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Ede Ayuba, have been informed about the incident.
While speaking to newsmen, the commissioner of police assured citizens that Investigations is still ongoing to locate the whereabout of Chairman Wakili.
This is coming hours after Chairman of Yagba West Local Government Area of the State, Solomon Akweje, was killed by unknown assailants at Eruku on his way back from Illorin, Kwara State.
Note: Picture Of Gunmen Used Strictly For Illustrative Purpose.
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