A man in his early thirties identified as Michael Alozie, an indigene of
Abia State is chilling his heels at the Forward Operation Base (FOB) of
Nigeria’s Army Camp at Ngwa High School, Aba, Abia State for allegedly
kidnapping his lover.
stormed the village from Aba after a tip off that he (Alozie) was
resident in the area.
friend, now at large, faked kidnapping of his girlfriend who is the
only daughter and child of her parents in order to force the parents to
pay some ransom for her release.
family whose father is said to be a well-known businessman in the
commercial city after the purported kidnapping plans failed, he however
went ahead to impregnate the girl who is yet to do her SS2 at the
resumption of 2016/17 academic session.
in-law’s’ mobile phone in April threatened that he was going kill the
only child of the family if the man failed to deposit N1.5m ransom that
they were demanding for the release of his child.
his daughter was aware of the said kidnap and was pregnant for Alozie
after negotiating with them, agreed to pay about N1m ransom.
collect the ransom had failed and that he was being trialed by security
agencies hurriedly dropped the girl at Osisioma junction, some distance
to their home and thereafter, relocated to Mbaise from his sister’s
house at Umuojima where he was said to have met the girl.
refused to tell her parents that she was part of the plan to kidnap her,
without the knowledge of the parents left their residence to meet at
Mbaise where he was settled before his eventual arrest last week.
disappearance of their daughter who is schooling in one of the popular
private schools in Aba swooped into action and was shocked to discover
that the boy was the same boy that had threatened to kill the girl if
the father failed to pay the said ransom in April.
pregnant for her lover after she had laboratory test and scan on her
repatriation to Aba by the soldiers.
thrown into a deep shock over the incident and the effect the pregnancy
was going to have on the girl’s education.
said it was his friend, now at large who composed the text message.