Gunmen Raid ASUU Chairman’s House In Zamfara And Kidnap Six Peoples

Six abducted after gunmen attacked residence of Gusau University ASUU Chairman

 Unidentified gunmen have attacked the residence of Mr. Abdurrahman Adamu, Chairman of the Federal University of Gusau chapter, Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU.

 It was gathered that the incident, which occurred on Wednesday morning, led to the abduction of at least six persons, including Adamu’s neighbor.

The gunmen, who invaded the chairman’s home in Damba Quarters, an outskirt of Gusau, the Zamfara State capital, were reportedly shooting sporadically before whisking the victims away to an unknown destination.

The ASUU leader, who confirmed the incident to Channels Television, revealed that his younger brother, a niece, a nephew, and younger sisters of his two wives were all abducted during the incident.

While affirming that his relatives had been kidnapped, he explained that the assailants met no resistance. He added that the police arrived at his home this morning, asked a few questions, and left.

It was gathered that the ASUU Chairman did not sleep in his house on Tuesday night when the assailants raided the apartment.

Confirming the incident, Adamu said the gunmen ransacked his entire house and carted away with many items. According to him, the kidnappers were yet to contact him or any family members to demand a ransom.


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