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Kidnappers’ training school uncovered in Delta

26 February 2013, 10:17

Delta - Delta State Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan said that a school for training of kidnappers had been uncovered in the state, Vanguard reports.

The governor said the state has been able to identify some hot spots in the state, what are called the red spots, where kidnappers are trained.

He, however, refused to sign into law the Bill passed by the state House of Assembly, prescribing death penalty for kidnappers.

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