Gunmen abduct six, after attack on the residence of Gusau University ASUU Chairman
Six People have been abducted by gunmen after the attack on the residence of the ASUU Chairman of the Federal University of Gusau (FUGUS), Abdurrahman Adamu.
According to Channels Television, the gunmen stormed Adamu’s house in the early hours of Wednesday and abducted five persons in his home.
The neighbor of the ASUU chairman, who is also a staff in the bursary department of the university was also abducted.
It was further disclosed that the ASUU chairman did not sleep in that house on Tuesday night, and as such, he was not present when the raid took place.
Those abducted in the ASUU chairman’s house include his younger brother, a niece, a nephew, and two of his wives’ younger sisters.
“Five of them and one Abbas Umar who is his neighbor and also a staff of Bursary Department, Federal University Gusau,” the source disclosed.
When he was eventually reached for comments on the incident, Adamu, disclosed that his entire house was ransacked, adding that many items were carted away.
According to him, the kidnappers were yet to contact him or any family member to demand a ransom.
Police authorities in the state are yet to confirm the latest abductions. When contacted, the police spokesman, Muhammed Shehu said he will find out and give deeper insight as investigations get underway.