Kidnappers of Habiba Ibrahim Demands Ransom
There seems to be a ray of hope for the safe return of Habiba Ibrahim, a five month pregnant woman abducted in the Federal Capital Territory on Saturday as the kidnappers have reportedly contacted the family and have made demands for ransom.
Ibrahim, who also has a three-year-old child, was abducted on Saturday after while returning from Wuse in the FCT.
Her car had developed a mechanical fault at Gwarinpa en-route Kubwa, and decided to park it at her in-law’s house, where she took a taxi heading to Kubwa. Unfortunately, that was the last she was seen or heard about.
But a report by New Telegraph on Thursday said the abductors have started communicating with the family, the family source who confirmed the development said she would not be able to give details of the discussions with the abductors for security reasons.
The family source requested the general public to keep remembering Ibrahim in their prayers until she is released, the report said. According to her, there will be celebrations after her release. She said: “We have been going through a very terrible situation here, it is unexplainable. The traumatic experience of missing Habiba has thrown the family into sorrow.
But at the moment, her abductors have finally contacted the family. There is communication between them and her husband.
“For security reasons, I will keep mum over the details in order not to jeopardise our chances of getting her back alive. Let every person keep praying for her release because there will be full celebration when she returns”.