The residents of Jos, the capital of Plateau have expressed a mix of concern and worry over the frequent kidnapping of citizens within the state and has voiced out to the necessary security agencies to aid curtail the ugly incidents that form up to be a cancerous ailment plaguing the society.
Per the radio program, Morning Jay on Jay 101.9 FM Jos, frequent calls were made in that regard, requesting that the state government and security operatives look keenly into it.
This is however as a result of the recent kidnap
of a former chairman of Shendam LGA, Kemi Nshe and Dr Monday Hassan, a lecturer with the Plateau state University, who is also the chairman of the Institution’s branch of the Academic Staff Union of Universities.
Both persons, who were said to be friends were kidnapped by gunmen at the Shendam residence of the former Council boss over the weekend.
Some residents condemned the incidents said a situation where innocent citizens are forcefully taken away from their homes by criminals deserves the utmost attention of any serious government.