Bandits Who Abducted Kaduna Baptist Students Ask Parents To Cough Up N80million

Parents of the kidnapped 80 Bethel Baptist High faculty, Kaduna State, are confused and helpless on the continued captivity of their kids within the arms of their abductors.

Recall that within the early hours of Monday. fifth July, 2021, bandits stormed Bethel Baptist High School, Damishi, Kaduna and kidnapped 121 college students of the varsity.

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Some college students of the varsity have regained their freedom whereas others ran away and one other set, freed on well being floor.

It was learnt that no less than, 80 college students are nonetheless within the arms of their abductors, whereas about N60million has been spent as ransom by dad and mom in getting the discharge of among the college students.

However, the state chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev. John Joseph Hayab, defined that the bandits at the moment are asking every mother or father to pay N1million on the 80 remaining pupil underneath their care, making it a complete of N80million as ransom for his or her launch.

One of the dad and mom of the kidnapped college students who pleaded anonymity stated it’s the dad and mom of the varsity which are dealing with the warmth of scholars’ abductions within the state.

Another mother or father of the launched college students defined that he and others went by way of hell earlier than they might afford the calls for of the abductors to make sure the discharge of their kids.

He stated, “I had to sell our family farm and other valuable assets at our disposal. Even one of my sons, who is in the university, had to contribute his tuition fee to see that his younger brother regained freedom.”

It is not information that the Nasir El-Rufai-led state authorities has made it clear to not pay ransom to kidnappers. 

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Bandits Who Abducted Kaduna Baptist Students Ask Parents To Cough Up N80million

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