Wahab Oba, chairman, Lagos State council of Nigeria Union of Journalists, who regained freedom with three other journalists and their driver on Sunday, said they had a gruesome experience in the hands of their abductors.
Oba said they regained their freedom in the early hours of Sunday at Ukpakiri in Obingwa local government area of Abia State while narrating their experience shortly after they were brought to the police headquarters in Umuahia.
He said that the hoodlums had taken them to a market ...
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Added July 18, 2010
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