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Samuel Kalu – Bordeaux and Super Eagles winger

Samuel Kalu relieved as mother regains freedom

Super Eagles and Bordeaux of France winger Samuel Kalu can now concentrate on national team assignment after his kidnapped mother Madam Ozuruonye Juliet Kalu was released Tuesday according to Abia State Police command. Madam Kalu according to the Police was released close to midnight of Monday.
The mother of Super Eagles and Bordeaux of France wing attacker Samuel Kalu, Mrs Ozuruonye Juliet Kalu was kidnapped on Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 at Umuamacha Umueze in Abia State on her way home according to her son.

Kidnappers free Samuel Kalu’s mother

Ozuruonye Juliet Kalu was seized from her car on February 27 as she travelled to her home in Abia state. Reports said the kidnappers demanded some three million naira ($40,000, 35,000 euros) for her release.

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Ibrahim Magu

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NGO distributes palliatives to physically changed

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