Gunmen suspected to be Fulani herdsmen have on Tuesday abducted a 30 year old Delta woman, Stephanie Ejiofor from her home in Isheagu, in Aniocha south local government area of Delta state after shooting sporadically.
The Gunmen who were said to have arrived at Miss Ejiofor`s residence in an unmarked darked coloured van in the morning, forcefully abducted her, pushed her into the van and sped off as they shot sporadically into the air.
According to one of her neighbours who did not want her name in print, three gunmen suspected to be Fulani herdsmen forced their way into her home in the early hours of yesterday, tore down her door and whisked her.
Findings have it that, the abduction of Miss Stephanie Ejiofor would be the second time in three years that it would be happening.
It would be recalled that in December 2019, she was abducted from her former residence in Ukpilla, Edo state in similar circumstances and was released five days after her family parted with undisclosed sums of money.
According to the neighbour, Miss Ejiofor has suffered untold hardship from constant threats of death and abduction from Fulani herdsmen since her father fled to the United States.
Our Correspondent gathered that, her father, Martins Ejiofor who was also a victim of Fulani herdsmen attack in 2017 has since fled Nigeria in the wake of his attack which nearly cost him his life.
Efforts to reach relatives of Miss Ejiofor in Delta state for comments through phone numbers provided by her neighbours proved abortive and as at the time of going to press, calls have neither been answered or texts messages responded to.
When contacted on phone, the Delta State Police Public Relations Officer, Bright Edafe assured to reach out to our Reporter as soon as he has been briefed on the incident.