by OSAHON JULIUS
A reverend sister and three students of Niger Delta University, Amassoma, Bayelsa State, Mary Okoli, has narrated how her abductors blindfolded her for 15 days and fed her only bread and butter during her ordeal.
Abducted on May 21 along Amassoma-Yenagoa Road, Okoli said her experience in the hands of her captors was not only gory but horrifying before she was rescued after 15 days in an uncompleted building on Itu Road, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, by operatives of the Department of State Security Services, Bayelsa Command, on June 6.
The Reverend Sister said she fell into the trap of the kidnappers while waiting for vehicle to board to Yenagoa from Amassoma, adding that scarcity of commercial vehicles on the fateful day made her accept a lift from the three men in a private car.
She said she was happy she found help, not knowing they were kidnappers.
She said: “On the fateful day, there was scarcity of commercial vehicles. I was waiting for a bus to board. I had been stranded at the bus stop for hours. Suddenly, I saw three guys who offered to help me. I gladly entered. When I entered into the vehicle, I lost my senses. I did not
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