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Saraki reacts to killing of Faye Mooney, British aide worker in Kaduna

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Senate President, Bukola Saraki has reacted to the Killing of Faye Mooney, the British aide worker who was killed by gunmen at the Kajuru Castle Resort in Kaduna.

Mooney, who until her demise, was a Mercy Corp employee, was shot while attending a party at the castle after traveling from Lagos to Kaduna.

According to reports, three other people were taken away by the kidnappers.

In his reaction to the death of Faye Mooney, Saraki tweeted:

“My heartfelt prayers go out to all the families affected by Friday’s attack on the Kajuru Castle resort in Kaduna.

“My deep condolences to the government of the United Kingdom and Mercy Corps, over the death of the British Aid worker, Faye Mooney, who was killed in the attack.

“It is my fervent hope that our security officials do everything in their power to rescue those that were abducted in Friday’s attack —so that they can be reunited with their loved ones as soon as possible.”

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