July 14, 2024
Minister Commits To Rehabilitation For Nabeeha’s Sisters
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Minister Commits To Rehabilitation For Nabeeha’s Sisters

The Minister of Women Affairs, Mrs Uju Kennedy-Ohanenye has pledged full rehabilitation for the four rescued girls from the Al-Kadriyar family after their time in captivity.

During her visit to the facility where the girls are undergoing medical treatment, the minister expressed sympathy for their harrowing experience and outlined the ministry’s comprehensive plans for their reintegration into society.

Highlighting President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s commitment to addressing the rising trend of kidnappings, she said she would update the President and First Lady on the girls’ condition after her visit.

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The father of the girls, Mr. Monsur Al-Kadriyar, expressed gratitude to the Minister for her visit, and he urged the Federal Government to enhance synergy among various security agencies to strengthen the nation’s security architecture, particularly in border areas like Bwari.

During the visit, the Minister presented foodstuffs and sanitary materials to the family. The girls were abducted along with their father in the Zuma 1 area of Bwari Area Council on January 2, 2024.

Their father was released to raise the N60m the kidnappers demanded for the release of his daughters, but his inability to meet the kidnappers’ demands within the stipulated deadline resulted in the kidnappers killing one of the sisters, Nabeeha.

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