British government has appealed for useful information regarding one of its national, David Priestly, who was abducted last year at Kwali Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja.
The appeal was contained in a statement issued yesterday by the British High Commission Press Officer, Joe Abuku.
The statement reads, “A year after the abduction of British national, David Priestly, by armed men from a construction site at Kwali on Abuja-Lokoja road, the British High Commission and Mr. Priestly’s family are renewing their appeal for information about what has happened to Mr. Priestly.
David Priestly is 72 years old and has lived in Nigeria for over 30 years. He is married to a Nigerian lady and together they have two children.
David’s wife wishes to make a direct appeal to those with any knowledge, saying “he is a good husband and loving father who is well respected within the Nigerian community for all his good works. His children miss him terribly and are desperate for any information about what happened to their father”.
She is asking for anyone with information about Mr. Priestly’s current situation to please make contact, so that she can fully understand what has happened. Anyone who has relevant information should please contact 08177415460.
David Priestly was abducted on 21st January 2015. It is essential that anyone with relevant information contacts the number provided.

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