No ransom was paid for my Wife’s release – DMD, The SUN Newspaper

Deputy Managing Director of The SUN Newspaper, Mr Steve Nwosu, whose wife, Toyin , was released  days after she was abducted fromtheir home in Lagos, said no ranson was paid to the abductors in exchange for his wife’s release.

Toyin, a member of staff of the Amuwo Odofin Local Government Area, was released in the early hours of Thursday morning  by her abductors. She was said to have been picked at First gate, Festac Town by the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Mr Fatai Awoseni , alongside members of her family.

Rather, her elated husband expressed gratitude to everyone who contributed to her release, explaining that she would be taken to the hospital for doctors to access her state. Nwosu  however  declared  that he had forgiven those who abducted his wife. Mr. Steve Nwosu took his time to express his sincere gratitude to everyone who sent him messages and showed utmost concern during the period, 

he said: “If you have got  used to having a wife when you get married and you discover that you cannot do any other thing without your wife,  then you can imagine what not  having her for almost three days will be like.” ‎In his appreciation, 

“I’m happy because it is when things like this happen that you know whether  you are well loved or not.  I am happy that my wife is back.  She is not hurt.  She is not ill. But I said  she should get a rest because of the trauma, in order to  get over it.  She should have been the one talking to you but we are grateful to Nigerians.”‎

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