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Shehu Sani Begs Miyetti Allah Groups Over Abducted Kaduna Students

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A former Kaduna State Senator and public analyst, Shehu Sani, has stated he had appealed to the management of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Affiliation of Nigeria and the Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore to assist in securing the discharge of the kidnapped college students of the Faculty of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka in Kaduna State.

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Sani on Twitter on Tuesday stated the “males who selected the trail of indifference” would by no means be pitied by the longer term, saying the pains of the dad and mom had been unimaginable.



He stated, “I’ve privately appealed to the leaders of MACBAN & Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore and I’m publicly interesting to them to humanly & privately intercede to safe the discharge of the kidnapped college students.

“The long run may have no pity for these males…. who took the trail of indifference! The protest by dad and mom of the kidnapped college students of the Federal Faculty of Forestry on the NASS right now is justified. The pains and anguish of getting your kids within the fingers of bandits for 55 days is unimaginable. We reside in occasions of nights of tragedies and mornings of sorrows.”

Earlier right now, the dad and mom of the kidnapped college students protested on the Nationwide Meeting complicated, Abuja.

Members of the College students Union Authorities (SUG) of the varsity additionally took half within the protest.

The protesters chanted solidarity songs and displayed placards to precise their disappointment with the way in which the Nigerian authorities has dealt with the kidnapping of their kids and colleagues.

They accused the federal government of negligence.

Human rights activists, Omoyele Sowore and Deji Adeyanju, who joined within the protest additionally expressed disappointment with the dealing with of safety by the federal government.

Nonetheless, safety operatives on the entrance of the Meeting complicated denied the protesters entry into the premises.

Thirty-nine college students of the varsity had been kidnapped from their hostels by bandits wearing army uniform on March 11. Ten of them had been later launched in two batches of 5 every, leaving 29 college students with their abductors.

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