Super Eagles assistant coach Imama Amapakabo has called on well-meaning Nigerians to rescue Katsina United manager Abdullahi Biffo from his abductors.
The news broke on the internet this week that the former Abia Warriors coach was kidnapped and a ransom of #15m has been placed on him by the abductors.
While speaking about the incident, Amapakabo told a source, Kola Daniel, that it’s unfortunate what has happened and called all everyone to hands to rescue the young manager.
“It is so unfortunate that Abdullahi Biffo has being kidnapped when I heard the news honestly it made my heart skip hollow.
And up to date, nothing has been done, it is getting worse the more, nine days no trace of his whereabouts, it is a really dark moment for me as a coach.”
The former Rangers International Coach, how called for support for the family of Biffo in this hard time.
“My hearts bleeds with pains with the thought of what he might be going through in the hands of the kidnappers, the trauma he is passing through right now.
“This is really a big challenge for all coaches because it could happen to any one of us, it is not something to be relaxed about, nine days is not a joke talking about life at stake, nothing has been done about it and it’s so disheartening.
“My fervent prayers is that where ever he is right now, God should watch over him and bring him out in safety from this unsavory situation.”
It was widely reported that Abdullahi Biffo had been kidnapped twelve days before the news hit the media and since reputable journalists has joined the #freeBiffo on social media.