Two more students have been killed after the Greenfield University abduction. These two are among the victims kidnapped last Tuesday from the University in Northern Nigeria. As of now, 5 students have also been killed by the abductors. These reports occur according to an official statement.
Last Tuesday, twenty students and also 3 staff members ended up in their abductor’s custody. The incident occurred after abductors raided the university located in Kaduna. In his statement, the Kaduna State Minister of Internal Affairs and Home Security wrote of the 2 new deaths.
20 University students abducted in Kaduna State Nigeria.
These new deaths occur after those of the other 3 abducted students. The bodies of the previous three were on Friday located in a neighboring village that borders the school. However, The Governor of Kaduna State El Rufai Nasir does not show any sign of giving in to negotiations with the abductors.
According to Commissioner Samuel Aruwan, “Security personnel reported of the recovery of 2 more dead bodies from Greenfield University. The students met their deaths while still in captivity under the armed bandits. They reported to the Kaduna state government today Monday twenty-sixth April 2021.”
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On Saturday, Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari strongly condemned the incidents. He furthermore, described the continuous occurrences of kidnapping and killing incidences in Kaduna State as ferocious terror attacks. In Kaduna State, cases of kidnapping in order to get ransoms are spiking daily. The crimes also occur in other northern parts of Nigeria. Criminal gangs additionally continue to aim at institutions which according to them seem vulnerable and unprotected
Abduction On the rise
The Kaduna State Internal Affairs minister also added that “under the leadership of Malam Nasir El Rafai the Kaduna State government is really sad. The evil done unto innocent students abducted as they engage in their education all with the aim of a better tomorrow. These inhuman acts of abducting and killing students need to stop.”