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Jennifer Awashima Iorliam and Joseph Zakaa, the two surviving National Youth Service Corps members taken by kidnappers in Tsafe Local Government Area of Zamfara State a week ago, have been released.

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On Sunday, one of the prospective Corps members, Yeye Terlumun Madidi, escaped from the kidnappers’ den and sought refuge in a police station, according to reports.

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The release of the remaining corps members and other tourists was reportedly assisted by the Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, Benue Links management, and victims’ families working together.

 

Sedoo Kondo, an undergraduate of Usman Dan Fodio University in Sokoto, Ruth Sesuur Tsokar, who was visiting a relative in Kebbi, and two brothers, Muhammadu Saminu and Safiam Muhammadu, who were on their way to Sokoto State, were among those who regained their freedom. They, along with the corps members traveling in a Benue Links vehicle, ended up in the kidnappers’ den.

 

Messrs Iorliam and Zakaa, who were assigned to the NYSC program in Kebbi State, were on their way to the orientation camp.

 

On Tuesday, October 26th, 2021, about 6 p.m., they received their freedom.

 

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