AUDIO: Question and answer with ‘abducted’ Bayelsa girl, Ese Oruru

“My name is Aisha Chuwas. I am 17-year-old. I came here to be a Muslim and I will stay here,” she said in the audio.

A teenager, who was allegedly kidnapped from Bayelsa State to Kano, Ese Oruru, on said Monday she was not interested in reuniting with her family, denying reports that she was abducted from her home in Bayelsa State.

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  • David Musaed

    Hmmmmm this girl’s voice sounds like someone who is very scared. Police should investigate this issue very well.

  • Angry Niaja

    What a load of rubbish, that girl does not sound anything like a southerner, and if it is Ese, as they claim, why does the reporter keep calling her Aisha

  • PRPR

    In this age of smart phones and tablets, all they can give us is a voice recording??? What a load of crap.

  • Andy_Obi

    The voice is that of a hausa teenager. Note the hausa accent.

  • Cedarst

    Premium Times, I am disappointed that you could post this audio with faceless, unverified characters and without a named source on a sensitive issue such as alleged abduction. Not only that your short report is on the audio is an indicator that you wanted readers to believe Ese was not abducted. Could you please clarify your intentions? Please embrace good practice and professional ethics.