Epoch Times Africa Reports — As Kidnapping Crisis in Nigeria Deepens, One Couple Decides to Move Out

For middle-aged couple Nehemiah and Tassi Ghata, the fact that Boko Haram terrorists threaten their Nigerian capital is the least of their worries. Having been kidnapped three times out of their own home within the last 14 months, they have decided to call it quits and sell their comfortable house. “When I think about my house that my husband and I worked hard for 13 years to make beautiful, it’s hard,” she tells The Epoch Times between tears. “When we built the house 13 years ago in a brand-new development we were the first family there, and we have the biggest house still,” she said of the white-brick mansion surrounded by citrus, mango, and palm trees, sporting a satellite disk and solar panels. The Ghata couple’s ordeal is a window into the pandemic of kidnapping for ransom that has created panic in the continent’s largest and most populous nation. Bandits …Africa News | The Epoch TimesRead MoreAfrica, World, Nigeria, kidnapping

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