Update: How Gov.Dickson's Sister was Rescued After Spending Two Months in Custody Of The Kidnappers'

Nancy Dickson was kidnapped for 2 months before she was released
After spending 2 hard months in the hands of kidnappers, the sister of Governor Dickson has been released by the kidnappers safely. 
The younger sister of Bayelsa State governor, Hon. Henry Seriake Dickson has finally gained freedom after spending 2 painful months held by kidnappers. 
According to a statement issued on Monday by the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Daniel Iworiso-Markson, he said 26-year-old Nancy Dickson, was rescued on Sunday evening from her abductors without any payment of ransom. 
He said: "some of the kidnappers took to their heels while others were apprehended following a tip off on their hideouts."
He stressed that Governor Dickson plans to amend the Bayelsa State Secret Cult, Kidnapping and other Related Offences Prohibition Bill 2012 to proscribe payment of ransom in the state and make the state more secure.
He assured the people that soon the era of kidnapping, cultism and many other social vices will be rooted out of Bayelsa state. He said "a comprehensive security strategy would be launched soon to boost government,s policy of zero tolerance on crime and criminality."
He called on all to give the Governor the support he needs while assuring that the culprits will be found.