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Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by Sirmee(m): 5:56am On Dec 18, 2012
Four expatriates and two Nigerians working for the South Korean construction firm Hyundai Heavy Industries Limited were kidnapped Monday in southern Nigeria, police said.

“Some armed men went to a Korean company, Hyundai, located in a forest by the Atlantic Ocean beach, and kidnapped four expatriates and two Nigerians,” police spokesman Fidelis Odunna told AFP.

A fisherman, Tare Kolugha, said he witnessed the abductions as the workers were travelling to their workplace in southern Bayelsa state.

“We were on the waters fishing close to Odioma Creek when we noticed two … boats with armed men (who) shot into the air and stopped the passenger boat conveying the Hyundai workers to their yard,” Kolugha told AFP.

Gangs have frequently abducted expatriates working in the oil-producing Niger Delta in ransom kidnappings, but Nigerians from wealthy families have increasingly become their targets in recent years.

A 2009 amnesty deal in the Niger Delta led to a sharp drop in unrest in the region, but criminality remains widespread.

Late last month, two foreigners who were identified by the local media as Lebanese were kidnapped at a work site in the region.

And the 83-year-old mother of the Nigerian finance minister, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, was kidnapped from her home in Delta state and held captive for five days before being freed on Friday.

source: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2012/12/six-hyundai-heavy-workers-kidnapped-in-bayelsa/

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Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by engrfcuksmtin(m): 6:15am On Dec 18, 2012
...ok
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by floriana(m): 6:31am On Dec 18, 2012
Fare thee well.
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by Wendyslim(f): 8:58am On Dec 18, 2012
Na Wah oooooo na so so bad news everyday. Person no fit do Christmas in a low key?

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Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by otokx(m): 9:00am On Dec 18, 2012
Were there no security men detailed to escort them?
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by alfredo4u(m): 9:03am On Dec 18, 2012
Guys eye dey black now no more red. GSOS

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Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by remmyton(f): 9:04am On Dec 18, 2012
hmm, boys dey hustle for their babes cos babes are no longer smiling

Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by bunchyproject: 9:05am On Dec 18, 2012
God. Help Us
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by egift(m): 9:05am On Dec 18, 2012
Is there any competition between Boko Haram vs Kidnappers

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Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by ujukala(f): 9:06am On Dec 18, 2012
The effects of no jobs. They have created their own jobs with high salary!

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Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by garrix8: 9:06am On Dec 18, 2012
It's a never ending cycle of crime here in Nigeria..... sad sad sad sad
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by gen2briz(m): 9:11am On Dec 18, 2012
New day, new news...... naija I bow
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by JudismphD: 9:12am On Dec 18, 2012
Boys are not smilng :DBoys are not smilng . Its a clarion call that everythng is wrong everywhere in dis con3.
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by blink182(m): 9:16am On Dec 18, 2012
ujukala: The effects of no jobs. They have created their own jobs with high salary!
well said and more jobs will be created next year. It will only get worse.
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by GeneralGaricks: 9:24am On Dec 18, 2012
Why?
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by wilybabe(f): 9:26am On Dec 18, 2012
this is wat banned of bikes(okada) can cause
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by kheart(m): 9:28am On Dec 18, 2012
Smh Kidnappin has bcom order of the day for south.
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by Whisper1(m): 9:38am On Dec 18, 2012
The GEJ admin has to set up a panel to look in-between n beside d situation grin
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by Naijapikin1: 9:41am On Dec 18, 2012
Boys need money for xmas flexin abi? Hop d kidnappers get caught, its puttin d nation in worse light, than it already is. Haba!
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by nagoma(m): 9:45am On Dec 18, 2012
Naija_pikin 1: Boys need money for xmas flexin abi? Hop d kidnappers get caught, its puttin d nation in worse light, than it already is. Haba!

In the President's own state. Fresh AIR!
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by leslieu63(m): 9:48am On Dec 18, 2012
hope they feed them well,with banga soup and catfish.
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by liyalla(m): 9:48am On Dec 18, 2012
poor fisher man 9 police go arrest in conection to d kidnap...after we hear say them excap from kidnapers custody. Shay NPF and kidnapers don start chrismas business niii
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by bikerboy1(m): 10:24am On Dec 18, 2012
Did this happen in real life or in a movie !!!
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by Frostyzone(m): 10:30am On Dec 18, 2012
It seems like kidnapping is gradually becoming rampant in the south south, just like it's currently trending in the east. Na wa o.

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Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by Nobody: 10:50am On Dec 18, 2012
Another Kidnapping thread?

I see nothing wrong with it

IF The Politicians want to slow the trends of kidnapping...Then Fix the Imbalance in the Economy

Poor people need to eat to.

I support the Poor and the Needy. Royal Robin Hood up in this biitch.

I kidnapped 8 rich white biitches from Long Island Last Week

Sold them Biitches into a Prostitution Ring to feed Hurricane Sandy Victims

I ain't got time for this Bullshit, I am a Man of the People.

Rich and Wealthy Nigerians need to start hiring more body guards and better protection, which will also increase jobs for the Poor.

Take from the Rich and Give to the Needy.

Let your Wealthy Daughter play outside around my House in Lagos if you want to Fool....

I will scoop her up and lure her with a piece of shiny red candy and sell her to a Pimpp in Abia State for a pack of cigarettes and 6 bowls of Fufu.

It's hard times out here in these 9aija Streets.
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by slap1(m): 11:11am On Dec 18, 2012
They should pay the ransom before 25th, abeg. Boys gotta flex this Xmas.
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by banki(m): 11:43am On Dec 18, 2012
the people kidnapping are not poor people they are common crimminals, the kind of guns and strategy deployed by kidnappers are surely not poor people oriented, tompolo and thier likes are billonaires simply because they are kidnappers and enough about this nonsense of fighting for the rights of niger delta.

The people of the niger delta should realize that our problem is leadership, its not marginalization because even when they were given opportunities to serve and lead, instead of building industries and empowering our people with education, infrastructure and hospitals etc, they use the nddc build are poorly constructed road with 300milion call journalists to do media propaganda with 50 million share the contact proceeds among themselves with 300 million build houses in abuja worth billions and come back and claim they are developing the niger delta

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Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by pdtrainingblog(m): 1:28pm On Dec 18, 2012
The Kidnapping Guys are looking for last chop before Christmas,
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by philips70(m): 1:42pm On Dec 18, 2012
ujukala: The effects of no jobs. They have created their own jobs with high salary!

And when some struggling Nigerians decide to remain abroad hustling for a daily bread some of you here will resort to insulting whatever they have found dignity in doing. Some of you here were telling the dude of yesterday how there are too many jobs in Nigeria so he should come home. We never see anything, very soon the have nots will start massacring the haves for lunch. Na that time we go know say e don set. So many jobs indeed!
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by sundaybam(m): 2:06pm On Dec 18, 2012
To stop this act of kidnapping. Anybody caught kidnapping should be killed.
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by otokx(m): 2:13pm On Dec 18, 2012
banki: the people kidnapping are not poor people they are common crimminals, the kind of guns and strategy deployed by kidnappers are surely not poor people oriented, tompolo and thier likes are billonaires simply because they are kidnappers and enough about this nonsense of fighting for the rights of niger delta.

The people of the niger delta should realize that our problem is leadership, its not marginalization because even when they were given opportunities to serve and lead, instead of building industries and empowering our people with education, infrastructure and hospitals etc, they use the nddc build are poorly constructed road with 300milion call journalists to do media propaganda with 50 million share the contact proceeds among themselves with 300 million build houses in abuja worth billions and come back and claim they are developing the niger delta

On point
Re: Hyundai Heavy Workers Kidnapped In Bayelsa by dickhardener: 3:06pm On Dec 18, 2012
~Royal~:
Another Kidnapping thread?

I see nothing wrong with it

IF The Politicians want to slow the trends of kidnapping...Then Fix the Imbalance in the Economy

Poor people need to eat to.

I support the Poor and the Needy. Royal Robin Hood up in this biitch.

I kidnapped 8 rich white biitches from Long Island Last Week

Sold them Biitches into a Prostitution Ring to feed Hurricane Sandy Victims

I ain't got time for this Bullshit, I am a Man of the People.

Rich and Wealthy Nigerians need to start hiring more body guards and better protection, which will also increase jobs for the Poor.

Take from the Rich and Give to the Needy.

Let your Wealthy Daughter play outside around my House in Lagos if you want to Fool....

I will scoop her up and lure her with a piece of shiny red candy and sell her to a Pimpp in Abia State for a pack of cigarettes and 6 bowls of Fufu.

It's hard times out here in these 9aija Streets.


E be like say some people no well o...shooor

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