Nigeria Kidnapping

‘I’m the kidnap king,’ brags nabbed Nigerian

“I am the king of kidnappers in Nigeria,” he told cameras this week, as police escorted him around several Lagos houses where his victims were kept.

Nigeria: More than 100 kidnapped, Boko Haram suspected

In a kidnapping similar to that of 200 girls taken from their school by Boko Haram, more than 100 people have been taken into a forest in Nigeria.

African leaders gather to counter Boko Haram

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan and leaders from neighbouring countries have gathered to forge a regional strategy against the Islamist group.

Mikel’s kidnapped father found in Nigeria

The kidnapped father of Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel was freed after detectives traced him to a city in north Nigeria and arrested his abductors.

Kidnapped man safely back in South Africa

Nick Greyling, the Supersport sound engineer who was kidnapped in Nigeria, arrived safely in South Africa on Wednesday morning.

SA man released from Nigerian kidnap ordeal

A South African who was being held hostage in Nigeria was released on Monday evening, the Department of International Relations said.

SA cameraman escapes Nigerian kidnappers

A cameraman who was among three members of a South African television crew abducted in Nigeria has fled to safety and is now in Lagos.

No contact from South African’s kidnappers in Nigeria

The abductors of a South African citizen in Nigeria had not made contact with any authorities by Tuesday morning.

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