Plateau PDP chairman abducted

Nigerian Police on patrol
Nigerian Police on patrol

The Police in Plateau state have comfirmed the abduction of the chairman, People’s Democratic Party PDP, Plateau state chapter, Damishi Sango.

A spokesman of the police command, Terna Tyopev, in a telephone interview Thursday, in Jos, Tyopev said, “some unknown gunmen kidnapped Mr. Sango along Jere-Abuja-Kaduna road.”

Similarly, the state publicity secretary of the party, John Akans, also confirmed the incident.

The official condemned the act and called on security agencies to ensure the unconditional and safe release of the party stalwart.

It was learnt that the incident occurred on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Sango is a former minister of sports.

Family sources said Mr. Sango left Jos around 2 p.m. to Abuja for the party’s national convention slated to hold this Saturday.

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