The Chairman of Akuku-Toru LGA has offered to reward anyone with credible information on the whereabouts of an expatriate working with a construction company in the state that was kidnapped more than a week ago.
Thirteen days after he was abducted by gunmen on the Emuoha-Kalabari Road in Rivers State, the whereabouts of an expatriate worker of Lubriks Construction Company remain unknown.
The expatriate was one of those supervising the construction of the Trans Kalabari Road project, which crisscrossed three local government areas, namely, Akuku-Toru, Asari-Toru and Degema.
He was kidnapped on Thursday, September 9, 2021, as the abductors refused to make contact with anyone.
The Chairman of the Akuku-Toru LGA of the state, Rowland Sekibo, in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Charles Briggs, condemned the kidnap of the foreigner.
He offered a cash reward of N5m to anyone who could provide information that would lead to the rescue of the worker.
The statement read in part, “This ugly incident, which was orchestrated by some criminal elements in connivance with other disgruntled individuals, is intended to stall the construction of the Trans Kalabari Road project and to create disaffection and acrimony between the peaceful, law abiding people of the Kalabari Kingdom and their neighbours.
“It is also intended to frustrate the developmental initiative of Governor Nyesom Wike, who is determined to improve the infrastructural dividends of the area.”

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