Ten more abducted Bethel Baptist students have regained freedom: CAN
Another batch of 10 abducted students of Bethel Baptist High School, Maraban Damishi, in Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State, have regained their freedom, bringing the total of those released to 100.
The Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Kaduna State, John Hayab, confirmed the release of the students to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday, in Kaduna, adding that the students were freed on Saturday evening.
“We are praying that the bandits will release 21 remaining students soon,” he said.
In the early hours of July 5, bandits invaded the school and kidnapped 121 students.
When contacted, the Kaduna State Police Command Public Relations Officer, Muhammad Jalige, confirmed the release of the students.
We have recently deactivated our website's comment provider in favour of other channels of distribution and commentary. We encourage you to join the conversation on our stories via our Facebook, Twitter and other social media pages.
More from Peoples Gazette
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency says Nigerians would suffer flash and riverine flooding in 2023, especially those living in floodplain areas.
The expert said eating hot foods could compound situations for the body, whose temperature is often high during the period.
KADIRS said that it would soon provide more Point of Sale (PoS) terminals in all public hospitals to ease payment of revenue.
The clergyman said to protect their votes, Nigerians must take photos and record events at their polling units.
APC Vice-chairman for South-West, Isaac Kekemeke, said Nigerians with deep thought sees the hand of God in Mr Tinubu’s aspiration.
The state said it had made several failed attempts to get the attention of the ecological funds office.