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6 Kidnapped Kaduna Students Regained Freedom

IGP, Mohammed Abubakar Adamu

Six students of a school in Kaduna state and two staff members kidnapped a fortnight ago  from their dormitories were said to haven been.
Armed assailants had kidnapped the six students, school vice principal and matron in a dawn raid on their mixed boarding school on October 3.
A statement by the state commissioner for internal security and home affairs, Samuel Aruwa said:”the students and staff of the Engravers College who were abducted have regained their freedom today.”
Samuel Aruwan did not say how the kidnapped students were released or if a ransom was paid eventhough the state governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai had told reporters days after the abduction that the kidnappers had made contact demanding ransom payment.
Although the governor declined to give details of those demands, some parents of the hostages said the abductors had demanded 50 million naira ($140 000) for the release of their daughters.

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