– The presidency has announced what will be done to prevent the kidnapping of students from Greenfield University in Kaduna.
– The students have been in the care of their kidnappers since April 18, 2021.
– The parents of the students are concerned about the well-being of their children
The Presidency has stated that it is making efforts to ensure that the students kidnapped from Greenfield University in Kaduna are rescued.
In a statement on his Twitter handle on Tuesday May 4, the presidency announced that the federal government is working with the Kaduna government and relevant security agencies to rescue all living students.
The presidency also promised that the bandits who attack the communities in the country will be brought to justice.
It was called:
” We deeply share th The fear of the parents of kidnapped students at Greenfield University. The federal government is working through the military and intelligence services to assist the government of Kaduna state in ending this tragic saga without further loss of innocent life.
” We will make sure that good triumphs over evil & that all bandits and criminals who terrorize innocent lives and communities are held accountable. This is a time for all Nigerians, regardless of religion, ethnicity, or partisan affiliation, to unite against a common, insidious enemy. “
Five of the abductees were later found dead. While the kidnappers vowed to kill the remaining students if the ransom of N 100 million was not paid.
Meanwhile, one of the kidnapped students from Greenfield University was released by the bandits, according to a report by Channels TV.
The newspaper stated that the student’s mother, Lauritta Attahiru, confirmed the release of her son on Tuesday May 4th.
The released student’s mother also refused to provide details indicate how their son was released and whether or not a ransom was paid.
In another report, the parents of the kidnapped student at the College of Forestry Mechanization, Afaka, Kaduna State, reported , held a protest at Kom on Tuesday, May 4th plex of the National Assembly in Abuja.
The demonstrators registered their complaints about what they described as the negligence of the state and federal government in the release of their children.
They sang solidarity songs and showed posters demanding a quick rescue of the students.