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The Nasarawa State Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria and the General Overseer, Word of God Worldwide Gospel City, Archbishop Joseph Masin, who was kidnapped on Thursday, May 28, 2020, has regained his freedom.
The Police Public Relations Officer in Nasarawa, ASP Nansel Rahman, confirmed his release on Sunday.
The clergyman, Masin arrived at his residence at Agwan Sandaji’s farm about 3:am on Sunday, and had since joined his wife, children and other relations.
The Bishop was dumped by his abductors by the roadside around Lizzy Keffi in Mada station area of Nasarawa Eggon Local Government Area of the state.
Rahman said the cleric was released unhurt about 10 pm.
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