Boko Haram rebels kidnap five Christian women
Miss Fayina Ali and four other women went missing on Monday 19 October 2020 as they left their homes and traveled to various locations.
Five Christian women went missing and were reportedly kidnapped by alleged Bokogaram rebels while traveling northeast.
Miss Fayina Ali, a native of Adamawa State living in Kaduna, and four other women went missing on Monday, October 19, 2020, as they left their homes and traveled to different locations.
According to a statement from the Stefanos Foundation, a human rights advocacy, advocacy and social psychotherapy organization, Ms. Ali left her home in Maiduguri, Borno State on Monday 19 October 2020.
“It was reported that she was abducted by suspected Boko Haram militias along with four other women in a public vehicle,” the statement said.
“Information about the other four women was not available at the time of the presentation of this report. The Stefanos Foundation concluded that the police had already been informed of these cases and that loved ones can only now hope for positive responses. The Stefanos Foundation asks its supporters and all who wish to pray for the safe return of the victims and for God to continue to support their families in need. ”