CITAD Sympathizes With Kuchibuyi Over Abduction of District Head

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Mallam Isiaka Dauda, the abducted District Head of Kuchibuyi Community.

FOLLOWING the abduction of Mallam Isiaka Dauda, the District Head of Kuchibuyi Community in Bwari Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) in the early hours of Saturday, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) has expressed its sympathy with Kuchibuyi Community calling on residents to be security conscious. in in the early hours of last Saturday.

A statement by CITAD’s Program Officer, Yesmin Salako, called on the security agencies to intensify efforts towards rescuing the abducted district head and all other victims held captive “by this barbaric people.”

Salako also called on residents of the community “to collaborate with law enforcement agencies in providing them with all the necessary information that will help in rescuing this peace loving man.

Noting that Kuchibuyi is one of the communities where CITAD is implementing its Local Rights Program (LRP) with about 30 linked children, Salako revealed that the district head has been a great pillar of support for CITAD’s activities, ensuring the success of activities implemented in his community.

The statement reads:

“It’s with broken hearts we received the news of the abduction of Mallam Isiaka Dauda, District Head of Kuchibuyi Community, Bwari Area Council, FCT around 1am on Saturday, 16th of July, 2022.

“Our heartfelt prayers are with the people of the Kuchibuyi community over this sad incident and call on the community people to be law abiding and be security conscious especially at this trying time.

“Kuchibuyi Community is one of the communities CITAD is implementing its Local Rights Program (LRP) with about 30 linked children. Not only that, the district head has been a great pillar and supportive towards CITAD’s activities which is being supported by AAN. Mallam Isiaka has played major roles in ensuring the success of these activities implemented in his community.

“While praying for his safe return, CITAD called on the security agencies to intensify efforts in rescuing him and all other victims held captives by this barbaric people and called on the community people to collaborate with law enforcement agencies in providing them with all the necessary information that will help in rescuing this peace loving man.”

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