Don’t Homicide kidnapped varsity students
The nationwide management of the Dad and mom Academics Affiliation (PTA) on Tuesday appealed to abductors of the 17 college students of the Greenfield College, Kaduna to not perform their risk to kill them.
The abductors had on Monday in an interview with VOA Hausa demanded N100 million and 10 new bikes as a ransom for the discharge of the scholars, threatening to kill them ought to if the calls for weren’t met by the federal government and oldsters of the scholars.
Nationwide President of PTA, Haruna Danjuma, mentioned there was pressure and concern amongst mother and father and anxious residents over threats by the bandits.
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In line with him: “We have been shocked and never proud of that assertion on the radio that each one our remaining Greenfield college students could be killed by bandits if N100 million and 10 bikes weren’t given to them at this time, Tuesday.
‘We’re merely begging them to not kill some other scholar as a result of they’re innocents.
‘The deadline is actually worrisome and we as mother and father are all involved and apprehensive over the lives of our college students and academics of the Greenfield College.”
Twenty-nine out of the 39 college students of the Faculty of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka, Kaduna kidnapped on March 11 are nonetheless in captivity after the discharge of 10 of them.
Dad and mom of the Afaka college students on Tuesday took their protest to the Nationwide Meeting to demand the fast rescue of their youngsters.
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