Oct 23, 2021

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Kaduna: Video Captures Touching Moment when Kidnapped Catholic Seminarians Returned from Captivity

  • Three seminarians of the Great Christ the King Seminary in Kaduna have left the captivity of bandits who had kidnapped them in early October
  • The students, who were released by their captors on Wednesday October 13th, October returned to school with joy and thanksgiving
  • During the reception of the students, prayers were made to God for them Release of other prisoners spoken in the state and beyond

Jemaa, Kaduna – Students of the Christ the King Advanced Seminar in of the Jemaa community of Kaduna who were kidnapped by bandits were released.

The three seminarians were released by their kidnappers on Wednesday October 13th, Channel TV reported, Pastor Emmanuel Okolo, the Chancellor of the Catholic Diocese of Kafanchan.


At the moment there is k any new clues or indications that the ransom was paid for the release of the students.

In addition, the state police command has yet to submit its official report on the development

< p class = "align-left"> Father Okolo, who thanked God for this good news, prayed for the quick release of other people still in captivity.

Bandits stage another attack in Kaduna, kill 2, kidnap Teachers

Meanwhile, bandits killed two people and kidnapped an Arab and an Islamist. Teachers are studying in Kuregu Municipality in Zaria Municipality, Kaduna State.

The incident happened on Friday, September 24th, around 10:00 pm.

A resident of Kuregu Municipality who spoke anonymously said that the two people killed were members of the community.

He said the victims were easy been in the wrong place at the wrong time because the bandits came asking for the homes of wealthy people in the community when they met and shot the victims before kidnapping an Islamic teacher from the community.

We have them kidnapped because we needed money the Bethel Baptist High School in the state of Kaduna had been caught by the Nigerian police.

The suspects Adamu Bello, Isiaku Lawal and Muazu Abubakar, who on Thursday , the 23rd gang members who abducted 126 students from school on Monday 5th July