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I am pained, my child died in captivity, I couldn’t bury him – Father of kidnapped Tegina pupil




The Proprietor of Tanko Salihu Islamic college Tegina, Rafi native authorities space of Niger State, Mallam Idris Umar and father of an kidnapped little one who died in captivity stated he’s pained that he’s unable to provide his son a correct burial.

Umar whose 4 kids have been among the many 91 kids kidnapped on the thirtieth of Might,2021, stated this whereas fielding questions from Journalists in Minna.

The deceased little one was stated to be between 8 and 9years outdated.

Umar stated he sees the demise of his little one as the desire of God stated he would have felt higher if he was buried correctly.

”Although, I see the demise of his little one as God’s will, I might have been extra fulfilled if the kid had died at dwelling to provide him a befitting burial. I thank Allah that the opposite three are alive and likewise different kids that have been kidnapped. Their continued stick with the bandits was a traumatic expertise for all of us”

” However, regardless of, all that occurred, at present everyone seems to be joyful over the discharge of your complete kids. We thank God that every one our pains and sufferings are over,” he stated.

Sharing comparable feelings, the Head Trainer of the Islamiya, Alhassan Ahmed expressed pains in addition to pleasure over the discharge of the kids, after an extended keep within the arms of the bandits.

He stated ransoms have been paid to safe the liberty of the kids and that folks haven’t any regrets for no matter quantity they paid to the bandits for the protection and launch of their kids.

“Apart from the kid that we misplaced, we thank Allah that every one of them returned alive and nicely.”

Nevertheless, Ahmed was tactical on the quantity of ramsons paid, saying, “on the problem of ransoms cost, I meant those gathered by the dad and mom, don’t imply the state authorities.”

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