Nigeria: Kaduna College students

Nigeria: Kaduna College students

Kidnappers of the Kaduna school children have contacted a spokesman for the households of the hostages, demanding a complete of 1 billion naira ($620,432) for the discharge of the scholars.

In accordance with Reuters, the abductors additionally vowed to kill the scholars and workers in 20 days if their demand is just not met.

On the seventh of March, 2024, bandits attacked the Kuriga group in Chikun Native Authorities Space of Kaduna State and kidnapped about 286 college students together with some academics on the LEA Major College Kuriga.

Yesterday, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu directed safety companies and the ministry of defence that no ransom ought to be paid by the federal government to kidnappers, bandits, or any prison parts for the discharge of kidnapped individuals.

Nonetheless, the lives of those college students is hanging within the steadiness, following kidnappers risk that greeted the nation on Tuesday.

The abductors based on Jubril Aminu, a group chief who acts as a spokesman for the households of the hostages, mentioned: “They made a complete of a 1 billion (naira) ransom demand for all of the pupils, college students and workers of the varsity,” Aminu mentioned.

“They gave an ultimatum to pay the ransom inside 20 days, efficient from the date of the kidnap. They mentioned they may kill all the scholars and the workers if the ransom demand is just not met.”

Idris Ibrahim, an elected official from the Kuriga Ward municipal council, confirmed the ransom demand and the quantity.

“Sure, the abductors known as the group by means of Jubril Aminu’s quantity and made the demand,” he mentioned.

“They known as from a hidden quantity however the authorities are engaged on getting the quantity,” Ibrahim informed Reuters.

He added that the safety forces had been taking “ample measures” to safe the discharge of the scholars.

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