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Photos Of Rescued Kaduna College Students Abducted By Bandits, Many Still Missing

Posted by Thandiubani on Fri 12th Mar, 2021 -

Nigerian soldiers have successfully rescued some of the students abducted by bandits in Kaduna state.

Rescued Kaduna students abducted by bandites
Rescued Kaduna students abducted by bandites (Photo: DailyNigerian)
Some students of the Federal College of Forestry Mechanization, Afaka, Igabi Local Government Area of Kaduna State abducted by bandits have been rescued.
Photos of some the rescued students have also surfaced.
The state Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, confirmed the rescue in a statement on Friday.
According to the statement, the armed bandits in large numbers had attacked the institution at around 11:30pm on Thursday and kidnapped several students and staff.
The armed bandits broke into the institution by breaching a perimeter fence. They then encroached about 600 meters to attack the first facility.
The Ministry of Internal Security and Home Affairs on receiving a distress call, alerted the 1 Division Nigerian Army and the Air Training Command of the Nigerian Air Force.
Troops of the Nigerian Army immediately moved to the school and engaged the armed bandits accordingly.
The troops successfully rescued 180 citizens; 42 female students, eight staff and 130 male students. However, about 30 students, a mix of males and females, are yet to be accounted for.
Some of the rescued students were injured and presently receiving medical attention at a military facility.
Pictures of some of the rescued persons, and the broken perimeter fence, are attached to this update.
Receiving the report, Governor Nasir El-Rufai thanked the troops for their swift response and the rescue of the 180 citizens. He also wished the injured students a speedy recovery.
As at the time of this update, a combined team of Army, Air Force, Police and DSS troops are conducting operations in the affected area.
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