The family members of a couple, Japhet and Lydia Kwanduno, have declared them missing in Abuja.
It was gathered that the couple were last seen on Tuesday, March 7, leaving ECWA church in Gwarimpa. They were seen leaving in a black Toyota Corolla with plate number AKD916DH.
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Recent information from a family member indicates that the kidnappers have started to transfer money from the couple's account. The source stated that no one knows if they were forced to transfer the money.
The source also noted that the police were tracking the car through the tracking device installed in the vehicle but the kidnappers caught on and left it in a bush at Suleja.
They contacted the family of the couple and told them to come and pick up the car but gave no information about the parents.
Read the what the source said below:
"When we call their phone, they switch off; we call, they switch off. Next thing we know they made a transfer from their bank accounts. They probably forced them to make a mobile transfer or something and that was the last we heard from them and currently, they just called right now that we should come and pick the car, that they dropped it somewhere along that Kaduna road and then they cut the call. They didn't talk about our parents."
"I think the car has a tracking device and that's what the police and security officials are doing. That's why they were able to track them to Suleja, inside the bush. So, I think maybe they knew they were on to them and that's why they decided to drop the car there and change base. We don't know where exactly they are right now. They left it at Kaduna road."
If you have any useful information on their whereabouts, kindly contact the family members.