Thunderstorm Kills 18 Kidnappers While Sharing Ransom In Adamawa
A thunderstorm has killed 18 suspected kidnappers at a forest in Adamawa State.
Sources stated the guys of the underworld have beensharing ransom cash they acquired from their victims when the thunder struck them.
The incident befell inside the Toungo Local Government Area of the state, neighborhood sources said.
Toungo is a city and local government area in the southern part of Adamawa State on the Nigeria-Cameroon border.
“The bandits, it was gathered, had collected over N20 million from their rich victims between Koncha in Cameroon and Toungo in Nigeria,” a supply in Toungo said.
According to the source, the suspected kidnappers met their stop due to the fact indignant victims went non secular in opposition to them.
“Angered by means of incessant assaults by way ofthe kidnappers, community leaders and victims consulted a native doctor to ship thunder after the bandits. They met their Waterloo when they gathered to share the money,” the source said, including that local hunters could not retrieve their corpses nor their money inside some baggage as well as their weapons.
The Adamawa State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Suleiman Nguroje, stated Friday morning that the incident certainly took place inside Cameroon soil close to the border with Nigeria.
“We heard that the victims engaged the offerings of a native doctor, however it was once stated to have occurred in the neighbouring Cameroon, which is notunder our jurisdiction,” Nguroje said