Three abducted Benue varsity students regain freedom
The Benue Police Command said the three abducted students of the Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi (FUAM), regained freedom Tuesday night unhurt.
Police spokesperson, DSP Catherine Anene, said on Wednesday in Makurdi that no ransom was paid for their release.
The three students were kidnapped on Saturday night at about 10:20 p.m. on the campus while studying in a hall on campus.
Ms Anene said investigation into the matter is still continuing.
Also, Mrs Waku Rosemary, Director, Information, Protocol and Public Relations of FUAM, confirmed the release of the students.
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