Former governorship aspirant in Plateau state, Kemi Nshe, on Tuesday regained freedom after spending nearly 14 days in his abductors’ custody.
Nshe, a People’s Democratic Party chieftain was freed on Tuesday night alongside one Mr Monday Hassan, a lecturer with the Plateau State University who is also the chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Universities of the Institution.
The two persons, said to be friends, were abducted at the Nshe’s Shendam residence two weeks ago by gummen who took them away to an unknown destination.
While in their custody, the abductors were said to have rejected the sum of N7m as ransom and demanded more money before they could release the two friends.
A resident in Shendam, John Alkali, who confirmed their release said he had visited the home of the former Council boss after hearing of his release and discovered the information to be true.
Alkali said ”I can confirm to you that Kemi Nshe, our former Chairman in Shendam and Dr. Monday Hassan are now free men after about 15 days in captivity.
“They were released at exactly 10:23 pm yesterday, January 11, 2022. I have just returned from his house, where people are trooping in jubilation and thanking God for their safe return.”