Gov. Wamakko’s Kidnapped Brother Regains Freedom

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Sokoto-State-Governor-Aliyu-WamakkoThe younger brother of Sokoto State Governor and District Head of Wamakko, Alhaji Salihu Barade, who was kidnapped by unknown gunmen from his farm three days ago, has regained his freedom.

Although it could not be immediately ascertained if any ransom was paid to secure his release, it was learnt that his abductors were Fulanis, who had made series of failed attempts at kidnapping him before now.

According to LEADERSHIP, the 60-year-old Baraden Wamakko and counsellor at the Sultanate Council, reportedly showed up at the private residence of the state governor, Aliyu Magatakarda Wamakko at about 8pm last night.

Efforts to reach the family of the Baraden Wamakko on the release of their kinsman was not successful at time of filing this report.

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