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BREAKING: Bandits Release 15 Abducted Kaduna Baptist School Students

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Fifteen of the kidnapped college students of Bethel Baptist Excessive College have been launched by bandits.

The bandits earlier launched 28 of the scholars on Sunday, July 25, after a ransom of N50 million was paid. 



The pupils had spent 20 days in captivity on the time. 

The kidnapped college students have been 121 in quantity, based on the president of the Kaduna Baptist Convention, Rev. Ishaya Jangado, who can be the proprietor of the varsity, The PUNCH stories. 

Recall that within the early hours of Monday, fifth July, 2021, bandits stormed the varsity in Damishi, Kaduna, and kidnapped 121 college students.

The chairman of the Kaduna State chapter of the Christian Affiliation of Nigeria, Rev. John Hayab, stated the 15 college students have been launched on Saturday night time by the bandits.

Some college students of the varsity have regained their freedom whereas others ran away and one other set, freed on well being grounds.

As of August 7, it was learnt that a minimum of 80 college students have been left with the abductors, whereas about N60 million had been spent as ransom by dad and mom to safe the discharge of a few of the college students. 

Hayab had defined that the bandits later demanded every mother or father to pay N1 million to safe the liberty of the 80 remaining college students, bringing the ransom demanded to N80 million.

One of many dad and mom of the kidnapped college students who pleaded anonymity had stated solely the dad and mom of the scholars had been going through the warmth relating to the kidnapping. 

One other mother or father defined that he and others went by way of hell earlier than they may afford the calls for of the abductors to make sure the discharge of their kids.

He stated, “I needed to promote our household farm and different helpful belongings at our disposal. Even one among my sons, who’s within the college, needed to contribute his tuition to see that his youthful brother regained freedom.”

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