A populAr singer in Adamawa state, Alhájii Ado Daukaka    who was reported to have been kidnapped under mysterious circumstances during the week end few hours after releasing a scintillating song against corruption and incompetence has been released. The popular singer who became prominent during Nyako’s first regime over his popular song “Baba mai mangoro ndottijon arziki” was last seen last Saturday after he left for Subhi prayer. In an interview with newsmen in Yoka, Ado explained that, “After I left for the early morning prayers some strangers came asking of my where about, my family members told them Daukaka left for mosque, from then up to the time I was released nobody  was able to trace me.  “My family members search at police stations but all to no avail,’’ said Ado. He could be spotted with wounds all over his body. Already, pundits are associating his disappearance with his latest song tilted”Gyara kayanka” where he alluded that some elected  politicians under the platform of the ruling APC in Adamawa are just deceiving people. ‘’It’s not secret because he compared and contrasted between present and past elected members of Adamawa state house of assembly. The way and manner things are happening in the state and this will not augur well. They just want to intimidate those that are critising the charade being played in the state. “One of his wives  gave birth last week, but the father of the new baby could not attend the naming ceremony of his child,’’ Atiku Mustapha Ribadu had fumed. Also reacting, the state chairman of Adamawa Concern Citizen ,a pressure group in the state, Hussaini Gambo Bello, further  stated that ,’’  We totally condemn the abduction of this famous singer.  We are investigating the matter and expose the culprits behind his abduction. “In our society singers use their God giving talents to capture the mood of the society, the songs sometimes don’t go down well with those in power except if the singer praises them . And that is why a campaign has now been launched tagged letssearhfordaukaka,’’ said he.

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