Schools in Nigeria’s Northwestern State, Zamfara closed after hoodlums kidnap over 73 students
Schools in Njgeria’s Northwestern state, Zamfara closed after hoodlums kidnap over 73 students.
At least 73 students were kidnapped in Northwestern state of Nigeria, Zamfara. The students, mostly teenagers were kidnapped by bandits on Monday, September first.
A local police officer in Maradun district told news reporters the Senior High School had been targeted by hoodlums.
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“The abduction followed the invasion of the school by a large number of armed bandits. A search and rescued team has been deployed to work with the military to locate and rescue the abductes children. Security has been beefed up at Kaya village and its environs to forestall further attacks on the communities” statement of the police detailed.