*as government, police keep mum

“Even a small amount can make a big difference. Here are the bank details where you can send your contributions” -Esu’s family

By our Reporter

Against the State and Federal Governments’ directives that ransom should not be paid to kidnappers, the Esu’s family have appealed to the general public for assistance to enable them raise the sum of N80,000,000.00 (eighty million naira) which they said was the amount demanded by kidnappers before they released Dr. Robin John Esu.

Our paper, as at press time, is not aware of efforts or positions of the Akwa Ibom State government or the State’s Command of the Nigeria Police Force in relation to the kidnapped doctor.

According to a release by the Esu’s family, Dr. Robin was kidnapped on Tuesday, 30th April, 2024 while attending to patient at his clinic. The kidnapped Medical practitioner according to the release, has some health concerns hence, the need for conceited efforts to get him released as soon as possible.

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The release read thus in full:

“Passionate/Urgent Appeal: Help Bring Back Dr. Robin John Esu

Today, we are reaching out to you with a heavy heart and a plea for urgent assistance.

As you have heard, our beloved brother Dr. Robin John Esu, was tragically kidnapped on Tuesday 30th April 2024 in his clinic by 1pm while consulting patients. They’re asking for a huge sum, 80 million naira, to let him go. It’s a lot of money, but we’re trying to gather what we can to get him back home because of his  health condition.

Even a small amount can make a big difference. Here are the bank details where you can send your contributions

Bank: First Bank Plc

Account Number: 3077219957

Account Name: Robin John Esu/ Monica John Esu

Your widows might can make a big difference as we work towards getting him released safely.

And We pray that the Lord who delivered Daniel from the lions den would deliver our brother to us in good health. 

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The Esu’s Family”