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BREAKING: Siasia mother's abductors demand N70m ransom

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A former Coach of the Super Eagles and striker, Samson Siasia, has spoken to his mother, Beauty Ogere and two others who were abducted from Odoni community, Sagbama Local Government Area Bayelsa State by unknown gunmen.

According to reports, the abductors have requested a ransom of N70m to release his mother.
The Kidnappers allegedly used a foreign number to contact the ex-coach.
 
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