The kidnapped female corps member, Faith Onoriode, who was abducted along Kaduna-Abuja road alongside other travellers, has regained freedom.
It was learnt that her relatives had paid N2million, a motorbike, five Tecno phones and N100,000 recharge card as ransom.
The bandits had blocked Kaduna-Abuja road on March 21,2022, and kidnapped road users.
Among them were a Biology/Microbiology graduate of the Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe, Oghara, who was posted to the orientation camp in Jigawa State.
Few days after her abduction, the gunmen called her relatives to pay ransom.
However, after negotiations, they agreed to provide N2m cash, five brand new techno phones, a new motorcycle and recharge card of N100,000.
Confirming her release, her brother, Festus Onoriode said her sister was freed on Sunday, May 29, and is currently undergoing medical attention.
Festus explained that the abductors gave them specification of the motorbike and the telephone, adding that they also sent them airtime worth one hundred thousand naira.
He thanked Almighty God that the sister was not raped, adding that they went as far as Lagos State to get the bike because it was not sold in Kaduna.
According to him, for them to deliver the ransom and motorcycle to the kidnappers, they had to pay N300,000 for service delivery.