Kidnapping is a global problem that affects countries all over the world. Governments are working hard to address this problem and ensure that the perpetrators are captured and brought to justice.
There are many causes of kidnapping, including unemployment, poverty, religion, political issues, and so on. The practice can be reduced with governmental involvement.
Kidnapping is not a new problem in Nigeria, and it is one of the country’s biggest challenges. The country faces many problems, including unemployment, corruption, and low rates of education but it is kidnapping, thanks to high-profile incidents perpetrated by the Islamic militant group known as Boko Haram, that has drawn the world’s attention. The facts show that the rate of kidnapping in this country is indeed high.
The present penalty for kidnapping ranges from one to 20 years in prison, with the possibility of life imprisonment for extreme cases involving, for instance, murder.
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