Abuja - Former president, Goodluck Jonathan, has ruled out
paying a ransom for the release of his uncle, Chief Nitabai Nengite, Vanguard
Chief Nengite, 72, was abducted from his home on February 17
alongside his cousin, Samuel Okies.
Jonathan has insisted that he will not be making a payment
and succumb to the demands of his uncles' kidnappers.
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Bayelsa State Commissioner of Police, Peter Ogunyawo,
disclosed this during a parade in Yenagoa and has hailed Jonathan for not
handing over the ransom.
Ogunyawo has discouraged people from paying ransoms as the
business of kidnapping would stop if people did not follow kidnapper demands.
Further he expressed that police in the state will continue
to fight the crime.
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