An authority of the Nigerian Army has declared a bounty of N1 million for anyone with useful information that could lead to the rescue of its abducted officer, Colonel Samaila Inusa.
The Army said it will also provide adequate protection to anyone with the required information, just as the personnel stated that the information would be treated with utmost confidentiality.
Colonel Inusa was whisked away in his Mercedes-Benz car by gunmen suspected to be kidnappers around Kamazo, along Kaduna Refinery Road, in Chikun local government area of Kaduna State.
A statement by the Deputy Director, Army Public Relations Officer of 1 Division Nigerian Army, Colonel Abdul Usman disclosed that:
The abductors dropped off Colonel Inusa’s wife and left with him in his car. The car headed towards Abuja. The abductors dropped off Colonel Inusa’s his wife and left with him in his car.
Meanwhile, as part of efforts to successfully rescue the senior officer, Colonel Usman told newsmen on Monday morning that the Army authority is ready to give the said cash reward to any person with useful information that could lead to the officer’s rescue.
The authority had earlier promised N500,000 cash reward for the informant, but it on Monday raised the cash reward to N1million