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Students were kidnapped in the middle of the dormitory. The captors demand a ransom to release the other high school students. View on euronews
a Chikun, in northern Nigeria, 28 high school students were finally released. On July 5th, armed men kidnapped 120 students in their dormitory at the High School Bethel Baptiste in the middle of the night. All ages 10 and 19.
Church officials handed over these children to their parents in Sunday. But the Reverend Israel Akanji , President of the Baptist Convention, stated that more than 80 other children are still detained by armed men.
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Request for ransom
So far, 34 children kidnapped at the school on July 5 were either released or escaped from the custody of armed men. We do not know when the other children will be released. Armed men would have required 500,000 nairas (about $ 1,200) for each student.
Video: Nigeria: 28 high school students released on the 121 removed (Dailymotion)Victims wandering in the
bush a spokesman for the Nigerian police, Mohammed Jalige , said the security forces and forces of Civil Defense carried a routine rescue patrol on July 12 in the forests near the village of Tsohon Gaya when they found three exhausted kidnapped victims wandering in the bush. Two other students escaped on July 20 when ordered to pick up firewood in a nearby forest.
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kidnappings of armed men called bandits have led this year an series of massive kidnappings in northern schools Nigeria, mainly in search of ransoms.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, who won the elections in the hope that he would attack Nigeria's security issues, has not been able to do much to deal with increasing cases of Massive kidnappings in Nigerian schools
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