52 individuals who recently regain their freedom after being kidnapped in Kundu village of Rijau Local Government Area on the 14th of February 2021 has started disclosing their experience and sharing their testimonies.
According to the victims who were passengers of the Niger State Transport Authority, they were severally beaten, starved and made to trek a very long distance.
A civil servant with the State Science and Technical Board, Mohammed Ndagi reveals that their vehicle was shot and forced to stop around 2:30p.m. Mohammed Ndagi narrated how the bandits suffered them throughout the night and they but during his explanation he stated a very surprising statement which was made by the bandits.
Picture of Mohammed Ndagi wasn't disclosed therefore the merged picture below is a stock photo, and it's only used for illustration.
He reveals that the bandits allegedly asked for forgiveness on the day of their release, and they requested for prayers in order for them to change their ways.
Here Is The Screenshot Of Statement Made By Mohammed Ndagi Which Follows The Report From 'Daily Post Nigeria':
In regard to this, do you think the bandits are ready to change?
In my opinion, it might be possible that the bandits are ready to change but due to addiction and other unknown agreements between themselves might make it difficult. It is obvious through Mohammed Ndagi's statement that the bandits asked for forgiveness and requested for prayers therefore I would like to urge the public to pray for bandits to change their ways even as we join the fight against criminal activities.
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