After eight days in captivity, kidnappers of the Cross River State Commissioner of Women Affairs, Prof Gertrude Njar, have demanded N150 million for her release.
This is in response to an replace shared by the writer of Cross Rivers Watch, Agba Jalingo, on his official Facebook web page.
The commissioner was kidnapped throughout the Mayne Avenue-Atamunu space of Calabar South within the early hours of February 1.
The PUNCH experiences that the Cross River State Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Eric Anderson, whereas asserting the unlucky incident to journalists, stated the police and the Permanent Secretary, Special Duties, Dr Alfred Mboto, had been contacted.
He additionally expressed fear that “such an ugly development could take place in the heart of the town.”
Njar alongside different commissioners was sworn in by Governor Ben Ayade lately.
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