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The four kidnapped nuns were released

Four religious sisters who were kidnapped while on their way to Mass on the 21st of August have been released, according to their order.

As reported earlier, Sisters Johannes Nwodo, Christabel Echemazu, Liberata Mbamalu, and Benita Agu were kidnapped on the 21st of August in Nigeria’s Imo state, located in the south of the country. 

After two days of seeking “intense prayer” for their “quick and safe release,” the Sisters of Jesus the Saviour announced the abductees’ “unconditional and safe release” in an August 23 statement. 

“Today is a memorable day for us, therefore, we wish to share this joy with all men and women of Goodwill who in one way or the other have contributed to the quick and safe release of our dear sisters,” the statement reads. 

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