Chinese construction worker kidnapped in Nigeria

Gunmen used to illustrate the story
Gunmen used to illustrate the story

Gunmen on Tuesday kidnapped a Chinese National, Chui Fu Long, the police in Nasarawa State have said.

Mr. Long works with a construction company in Toto Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.

The state police spokesperson, Ismaila Numan, said that security agencies have commenced a search and rescue mission to ensure the release of the Chinese.

Mr. Numan explained that officers of Command are ensuring that the culprits are apprehended and the expatriate released as soon as possible.

He appealed to members of the public to avail the police any information that will lead to immediate release of the kidnapped man.

PREMIUM TIMES gathered that about seven gunmen stormed the Adadu construction site at about 4:30 p.m. shooting sporadically in the air before kidnapping the expatriate.

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