Unknown gunmen on Monday night abducted a management staff of the Adamawa State Ministry of Justice, Samuel Yamnde, in Sangere, a suburb of Yola, the state capital.
Yamande, a director of litigation in the ministry, was abducted by the gunmen along with three other persons, including a principal of a secondary school in the area.
The state police command confirmed the abduction on Tuesday.
The command’s spokesman, Suleiman Nguroje, said the command has deployed a crack team of detectives to fish out the kidnappers.
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