Governor Sani Bello of Niger State, on Sunday evening, stated the kidnapped lecturers and college students and lecturers of Authorities Science School, Kagara, Niger State who had been earlier reported to have been launched, are nonetheless with their abductors.
The governor, who said this whereas addressing the mother and father at 11:40pm on Sunday, stated efforts had been being made to rescue them unharmed.
“We nonetheless have the scholars of Kagara within the arms of the bandits and every little thing is being accomplished to safe their launch soonest,” the governor stated.
This was opposite to the sooner report on each conventional and on-line newspapers that the abductees, together with 27 college students, 3 workers and 12 members of their household had regained freedom from their abductors (bandits).
Prime authorities officers had advised newsmen that the bandits launched their abductees Sunday night.
In the meantime, in one other growth earlier on Sunday, the Governor stated all passengers kidnapped whereas touring within the state-owned, Niger State Transport Company, NSTA, had been launched.
Governor Sani Bello confirmed their launch in a tweet on his official Twitter web page. He wrote: “Breaking Information: The Niger State Authorities has succeeded in securing the discharge of all Kidnapped #RescueNSTAPassengers. Particulars shortly.”
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