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10 abducted Bethel Baptist High School students regain freedom in Kaduna



Ten extra out of the 21 college students of Baptist Excessive Faculty, Damishi, Kaduna, kidnapped by bandits on Sunday regained their freedom.

The scholars had been launched this afternoon and have since been returned to their dad and mom.

The state Chairman of the Christian Affiliation of Nigeria (CAN), Rev. John Joseph Hayab, informed DAILY POST that the remaining 11 college students are nonetheless within the palms of the bandits.

He stated, “We’re nonetheless pleading with the bandits to please have mercy on the scholars and the dad and mom to launch the scholars for them to be reunited with their dad and mom and for the dad and mom to have peace of their hearts.


“The trauma that each the kidnapped college students and the dad and mom have gone via for about three months is so devastating and hope the bandits will please see causes to launch the scholars to their dad and mom.”

He thanked have all Nigerians for his or her prayers and assist and expressed confidence that the prayers of his kids wouldn’t go in useless, calling on Nigerians to proceed to wish for the discharge of these in captivity.

DAILY POST recollects that the 121 college students of Bethel Baptist Excessive Faculty, Damishi, Kaduna, had been kidnapped of their college on fifth July 2021 and since then they’ve been launched in batches with 11 of the kidnapped college students nonetheless within the palms of the abductors.

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