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Nigerian Soldiers Busted For Sharing In ₦100 Million Ransom Paid By Deji Oyewunmi, Abducted Kaduna Train Passenger

Nigerian fighters purportedly took cuts in the payment paid by one of the travelers seized by desperados who caught a Kaduna-bound train on March 28.
Deji Oyewunmi, a supervisor at Iris Smart Technologies, a movement worker for hire responsible for global identification printing and dispersion, was one of the three casualties delivered on Monday by furnished bunches subsequent to paying a N100 million payoff. It was muddled how much different casualties paid, yet one of them said the Buhari system had no contribution to the endeavors that yielded his delivery.
It was discovered that Mr Oyewunmi’s firm raised N60 million, while the leftover N40 million came from an alliance of loved ones. Something like two individuals straightforwardly engaged with the gathering pledges and delivery exercises told The Gazette namelessly how Nigerian officers partook in the payoff.
“After we did every one of the discussions and we organized. the N100 million money for the scoundrels, we met a few Nigerian troopers at a few designated spots prompting the backwoods in Kajuru, and they gathered enormous sums going from N100,000 to N220,000,” a source acquainted with the matter said. “They were strikingly letting us know that it was their portion of the payoff and the outlaws would comprehend.”
“We were short about N700,000 from the N100 million when we got to the scoundrels,” the source added. “We were all embarrassed that Nigerian fighters had the dauntlessness to straightforwardly gather their own portion since they were chuckling and deriding us at the designated spots that it was their own portion of the payoff we were taking to the scoundrels.”
Another source expressed a portion of the troopers felt for the people in question and their family members impacted by the mass kidnapping however said they had likewise been down and dirty for a really long time without sufficient supplies.
“A portion of the warriors said they were shipped off watch the woods in Niger, Kaduna and different states as a result of desperados however they were not as expected equipped and no nourishment for them,” the source said. “They said the tactical commanders deserted them in the woodlands to the familiarity with even the outlaws.”

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