Three suspected kidnappers burnt to death in Abuja

Angry Mob on Monday morning burnt to death three suspected kidnappers at Dutse Alhaji area in Abuja, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.

The suspects were three young men, while the female victim was rushed to Kubwa General Hospital for treatment.

Three suspected kidnappers burnt to death in Abuja


At the scene of the incident, a Vehicle Inspection Office (VIO) officer, Mr Aminu Umar, told NAN that the incident happened at about 8:00 a.m. when a lady inside moving vehicle was heard screaming for help.

“The lady was suddenly pushed out of the vehicle while screaming. A motorist, who saw what had happened, pulled over in front of the vehicle and blocked it under the Dutse Bridge.

“From there, Okada riders (motorcyclists) surrounded the vehicle and told them to come out.

“They asked them if the vehicle was one chance (kidnappers) and the next thing, they started beating them and eventually put fire on them and the vehicle,” he said.

Mr. Sylvanus Ekpenyong, Route Commander, Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), said that his men were alerted of the event by some people while on duty at Dutse.

“We were at Dutse junction and we got information that there was traffic building up before the Dutse Bridge because a vehicle was on fire.

“We rushed down there to clear the road only to see three dead burnt bodies and a burnt vehicle.

“When we made inquiries from eyewitnesses, they said it was one chance (kidnappers).

“So we are here to ensure free traffic flow of vehicles but we don’t know the exact group of people who burnt them,” he said.

An eye witness who is also a motorcyclist, Mr Aliyu Mohammed, said that angry motorcyclists attacked and burnt the suspects because it was obvious they were kidnappers as described by the victim.

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Mohammed said that it was the normal tactics of kidnappers operating in Abuja to push victims out of their moving vehicle after carrying out their illegal activities.

He added that the incident would serve as a warning to all those involved in such activities within the territory.

NAN also reports that security agents were on ground to ensure the bodies of the suspects were evacuated to a nearby mortuary as they ensured peace and free flow of vehicles in the area.

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  1. THOSE ARE THE GOOD NIGERIANS.THAT IS THE WAY TO GO THESE DAYS.GET THEM, KILL THEM.PERIOD.

    POLICEMEN, PLEASE, STAY OFF IN THESE INSTANCES.LET JUNGLE JUSTICE RUN ITS FULL COURSE.

    HAVE WE NOT HAVE ENOUGH OF THIS EVIL ACTS?NO SINGLE DAY PASSES BY WITHOUT A KIDNAPPING CASE BEING REPORTED.LAST WEEK, A NEWLY WEDDED ON HER WAY TO SOKOTO WAS KIDNAPPED.HAS SHE BEEN FOUND?

    JUNGLE JUSTICE, THAT IS THE WAY TO STOP THESE MONKEYING AROUND WITH OUR LIVES.

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