Kebbi Attack: Huge Breakthrough as 28 Yauri Students, 2 Teachers Regain Freedom – GCFRNG

Kebbi Attack: Huge Breakthrough as 28 Yauri Students, 2 Teachers Regain Freedom - GCFRNG

Kebbi Attack: Huge Breakthrough as 28 Yauri Students, 2 Teachers Regain Freedom – GCFRNG

After several days of waiting, 28 students and two professors from Federal Government College, Kebbi State regained their freedom. The victims were reportedly abducted by unknown persons four months ago, following a shootout with security officers on duty, in The school Meanwhile, the students were released after the intervention of their parents on Sunday, October 17, by the warlord.

Kebbi State- Twenty-eight students and two professors from the Federal Government College (FGC), Birnin Yauri, were released on Wednesday, October 20, by a notorious bandit, Dogo Gide, after days of waiting by family members and officials, the Daily Trust reported.

The victims were abducted four months ago by gunmen who overpowered security men on duty at the school located in a remote part of Kebbi state. Earlier, the newspaper reported last week on the release of the students, following interviews with some parents who were ready to meet with the abductees.

Kebbi State Governor Abubakar Bagudu is working with security officers to end banditry in the state. Photo credit: Kebbi State Government of Nigeria Source: Facebook But later it emerged that the victims were not released because the process could not be perfected due to the inability of the mediators to meet with the ringleader.

The newspaper further reported that as of Sunday, October 17, two students and two teachers, a man and a woman, were taken out of the woods and greeted by security personnel and doctors stationed in the city of Kotonkoro, near the infested forests. of bandits. The last party arrived in Kotonkoro around 8:30 pm on Wednesday, it became known. The source said: “From Kotonkoro, they will be taken to Kontagora, before being transported tomorrow (this morning) to Birnin Kebbi.” But another source said the released students and teachers would likely be taken to Minna, the capital of Niger state, and then to Abuja, before being taken to the state capital of Kebbi.

deduced that the Gide retained 32 more victims. The bandits had previously released six of the people kidnapped in two groups as part of the talks to free the victims. Recall that the Nigerian Army announced the rescue of two teachers and five students among those kidnapped in Kebbi state, Premium Times also reported.

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