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Give Bandits N100million, 10 Motorcycles To Free Our Children, Parent Of Abducted Kaduna Student To Nigerian Government

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One of many dad and mom of the kidnapped college students of Greenfield College in Kaduna State has pleaded with the Federal Authorities to rescue their kids.

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The dad or mum, who spoke with SaharaReporters on Tuesday stated the discharge of the scholars will improve the religion of the scholars and their dad and mom in Nigeria.



Twenty-two college students and a member of workers of the establishment had been kidnapped from the varsity campus alongside the Kaduna-Abuja freeway on April 20 and inside every week, 5 of them had been killed.

In a latest interview with the Hausa Service of Voice of America (VOA), a frontrunner of the bandit group who recognized himself as Sani Idris Jalingo, threatened that if the Kaduna State Authorities or their households did not pay a ransom of N100 million in addition to present them with 10 model Honda bikes by Tuesday, the remaining college students could be killed.

However talking on the situation of anonymity with SaharaReporters on Tuesday, the dad or mum stated, “We’re pleading with the federal government to come back to our assist. We all know the stand of the Kaduna State authorities, to not negotiate with bandits however to supply safety is the job of the Nigerian authorities, not even the state. Constitutionally, the federal authorities has the best to supply safety.

“So, when the governor of a state says he has no energy, he’s really proper. In case you take a look at it the opposite means spherical, he has no management over the Military neither does he have management over the police however all these powers are unique to the Federal Authorities, so the Federal Authorities has to provide you with measures and techniques that may ship these kids out of the abductors’ fingers whether or not it means negotiating with them or assembly their calls for; it’s not misplaced.

“It’s on report that America had come to rescue just one citizen over right here, we should always take a cue from there as a result of as soon as residents know that their nation protects and secures them, it means the residents might be loyal to the nation however in instances like this once we want the intervention of the federal government, if they do not assist us, what meaning is that these kids and each different particular person won’t have religion and confidence within the means of the federal government to guard the residents.

“We’re begging and pleading with the federal government, particularly the Federal Authorities to assist us. We now have completed our greatest, what they’re demanding is large. We’re calling on the Federal Authorities, allow them to are available, negotiate with the bandits. All we wish is that our youngsters ought to come again. It’s so vital to us as a result of our youngsters are our future and they’re additionally the way forward for this nation.”

In the meantime, the chief of the bandit who surfaced in a video yesterday, stated there have been 17 college students of their custody, comprising 15 feminine and two male college students.

It was learnt that considered one of them is a grandchild of the late 18th Emir of Zazzau, Shehu Idris, whom he recognized as Hamza.

The bandit revealed that the households of the scholars had already raised and paid N55 million to them however he added that they’d used the cash to feed the scholars.

He vowed that it was his remaining warning and may the federal government or the scholars’ households fail to satisfy their calls for, all the scholars could be killed.

“You’re talking with the abductors of Greenfield college students. We heard the utterances of the Kaduna State Governor that he won’t pay ransom to bandits to buy further arms,” he stated.

Requested if he sees himself as a terrorist, Jalingo laughed and stated: “I’m not however a meals seeker.”

Emphasising his menace, the bandit stated: “In the event that they fail to deliver N100 million and 10 model new Honda bikes generally known as Boko Haram by Tuesday, I can guarantee you they may use vans to evacuate the our bodies of the remaining college students.”

He warned safety companies to not waste their time planting trackers on the bikes, saying his members don’t go to cities and due to this fact arresting them might be tough.

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