Niger state abduction: 11 students released by the kidnappers because they are too young and couldn’t walk

Avatar admin | May 31, 2021

Eleven of the Islamiyya students kidnapped by unidentified men at Tegina in Rafi Local Government Area of Niger State on Sunday, May 30, have been released.

A statement released by Mary Noel-Berje, the Chief Press Secretary to the state governor, said the students released by the gunmen were said to have been too small and could not engage in the long walk enforced on the abducted students by the kidnappers.

Gunmen invaded Tegina community in Rafi Local Government Area, shot one person dead, and left one seriously injured as well as kidnapped an unconfirmed number of Islamiyya Students and Teachers from Salihu Tanko Islamic School alongside some passengers of a Sharon Bus traveling to Minna.

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