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Abuja lady recants being kidnapped with three pregnant women, two kids, 11 others

An Abuja-based lady, Ameerah Sufyan, who alleged on Twitter that she and 16 others were abducted at gunpoint by men in police uniform has recanted.

The lady in question made her recant public via the same medium she used in making the false claim on Monday.

Sufyan tweeted: “Good day all, I would like to formally apologize to the general public, to the whole police department and my friends and family for misleading with the below tweet, nothing of such happened and it was all just my delusions and negative thinking.

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“I intentionally took myself of our house, went to these locations, bushes and dehydrated and starved myself for four days just like that, there was no kidnapping, nothing at all, I truly apologise and pray for me. I need it.”

Recall that Sufyan had earlier tweeted, “ whoever has my WhatsApp number I sent a broadcast message of my location.

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“We were abducted at gunpoint by people with police uniforms and a van from our houses from different parts of Abuja.

“We’re 17 including three pregnant women and two little kids. They didn’t see my phone.”

Shortly the first tweet, Sufyan gave details of her captors, adding that they were being transported to the western part of the country.

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“They’re four yoruba and two Fulani men. They divided us up an hour ago. We’re seven here,” she tweeted.

The Force Public Relations Officer, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, and the Federal Capital Territory Police Command had earlier said Sufyan lied about her tweet.

She was taken into custody once she was tracked down.


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