The Managing Director of the Bank of Agriculture (BoA), Alwan Ali-Hassan, has reportedly regained freedom from his abductors.
AFRIPOST recalls that Ali-Hassan was among the kidnapped victims of the bombed Abuja-Kaduna train with over 362 passengers by bandits on March 28.
Confirming his release to The Nation, a senior official at the bank said, Ali-Hassan regained his freedom on Wednesday.
The official, who did not specify if any ransom was paid to his abductors, said family and friends of the bank’s managing director are grateful to God for his release.
He said: “We are grateful to God for his release and we pray never to witness this. We also pray others get released soon”.