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A bride-to-be in Kano State who was reported to have been kidnapped has revealed that she faked her own abduction because she did not like the groom-to-be.
Daily Trust Newspaper reports that the bride-to-be, Amina Gwani Danzarga, had gone into hiding 48 hours to her wedding and it was believed she had been abducted.
The staged abduction worried her family as her uncle revealed he received two distress text messages and no call from the girl or her abductors.
He reportedly told newsmen, “Hours after she was declared missing, we received two different text messages, the first one was a threat not to call the girl’s number again and the second one was sent to her younger brother requesting to put her in their prayers as the other lady who was allegedly kidnapped together had been killed.
“We have not received any message again as her number is not going through. We are only praying to Allah Almighty to reveal anyone that has a hand in this kidnapping,” he had said.
The police however busted the abduction and announced that it was staged.
The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP Abdullahi Haruna Kiyawa, told Daily Trust the lady went into hiding because she did not want the wedding to hold.
Amina has confessed committing the act, explaining that she took such a decision because she does not like her fiancé.
“I don’t love the guy, that is why I took that decision… Although I was the one who showed him to my parents,” she said.
She added that she held her parent in high esteem and could not inform them babout the change of mind in her sutors.
She however expressed interest in getting married to the husband-to-be.
Amina’s uncle, Gwani Rayyanuna, expressed shock over the turn of events.
“I am still in shock at what the girl committed. She was the one who introduced him to us and I made an investigation about the guy and, as parents, we made all the necessary plans for the wedding.
“She did not inform us about her change of mind, only for us now to hear a different story from her,” he said.
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