The Nigerian Army reports that twelve people who were kidnapped while traveling from Imo to Adamawa State have been released.

The victims were reportedly rescued on Wednesday at Jootar village in the Ukum local government area of Benue State by soldiers from Operation Whirl Stroke, or OPWS, according to the army.

Major General Sunday Igbinomwanhia, the commander of Operation Whirl Stroke, disclosed that the abductors conducted their activities from a deserted Federal Police Highway post.

He stated, “On February 21, 2024, at Jootar village in Ukum LGA of Benue State, troops of Sector 1 OPWS rescued 12 abducted victims who were in transit from Imo State to Adamawa State in a recent operation that was prompted by credible human intelligence on the operations of kidnappers.

Among the casualties that were saved, according to Igbinomwanhia, were Mr. Sule Abu, 55, Mrs. Ashie Shuaibu, 26, Mr. Muhammad Aliyu, 20, Mrs. Felicia Asusi, 29, Mr. Hammed Mamud, 51, Mr. Usman Ali, 27, Mr. Muritala Yussuf, 22, Mrs. Zainab Salau, 35, and Mr. Jacob Nathaniel, 22.

At an army hospital in Kaduna, a strange disease kills three healthcare workers and a patient.
Meanwhile, at the Nigeria Army Referral Hospital in Kaduna (NARHK), a peculiar sickness claimed the lives of three medical staff members and a patient in less than two days.

The Nigerian Army stated in an internal letter dated February 21 that the three medical personnel were taking care of the sick patient at the hospital.

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