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BREAKING: Mother Confirms Bandits Released One Kidnapped Kaduna Varsity Student To Family




One of many kidnapped college students of Greenfield College in Kaduna State has been launched by their abductors.


The mom of the scholar, Lauritta Attahiru on Tuesday confirmed the event to Channels TV, however the police have but to substantiate it. 

Attahiru nevertheless refused to present particulars of how her son was launched and whether or not a ransom was paid or not.

A few of the dad and mom instructed the station that the scholar was launched on Saturday after his mom, who’s the spouse of a retired Military officer from Plateau State negotiated and paid ransom to the bandits privately earlier than they launched her son on Saturday.

The dad and mom had earlier mentioned the bandits had been negotiating with them individually, asking every of them to pay as much as N20 million as ransom, earlier than they later demanded a ransom of N100 million in lump sum and 10 bikes on Monday. 

The dad and mom have appealed to the federal government and Nigerians to return to their help in order that their youngsters can be rescued alive.

With the discharge of the scholar, the destiny of the remaining 16 college students nonetheless hangs within the steadiness. 

The bandits had hreatened to kill them if their dad and mom and authorities didn’t pay the N100 million ransom and in addition give them 10 new bikes.

Controversial Islamic cleric, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, on Tuesday mentioned the abductors of the scholars are Boko Haram terrorists and never simply bandits. 

Gumi, in an interview with AIT mentioned Boko Haram members have been behind the kidnapping. 

When requested by the presenter if he certainly talked about that Boko Haram was behind the kidnapping, Sheik Gumi mentioned, ”Sure, actually. Once we tried to hint them and put some sense into them, the contact who can be a nomadic Fulani, they threatened him. They mentioned if he insists on them they have been going to catch him and he should pay a ransom earlier than he will get out.

“And the chief is from Jalingo. He’s from Adamawa. He isn’t the native Fulani we have now right here. So because of this the Northeastern ingredient is coming into this space and we have now to maneuver quick. We do not have that luxurious of time. 

“I’ve been making an attempt to talk with the federal government however no person is absolutely making an attempt to hearken to me or communicate with me on this problem. We are attempting to pacify and take away this banditry and they’re responding.”

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