NB staff killed in kidnappers’ den

NB staff killed in kidnappers’ den

A staff of the Nigerian Breweries Plc, Charles Idemudia , has died in kidnappers’ den after he was abducted near Ehor, the Local Government Headquarters of Uhunmwode of Edo state.

Read also: Kidnapped Dangote’s manager killed

The 48-year-old, who until his death worked in the Lagos office of Nigerian Breweries in the security department, was said to have left his Lagos home on February 11, 2017, for Ewhohi village in Uromi to see his parents when he was abducted, Vanguard reported.

The paper said the kidnappers insisted on N5m ransom when they contacted their victim’s family but the family could only raise N900,000.

Vexed with the Idemudias for not meeting their demand, the report said the kidnappers killed their victim and dumped his remains in the forest.

The report said the deceased’s remains was later found by a farmer who alerted the police.

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