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Kaduna Police Rescue One Student Of Bethel Baptist School, Two Others

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Yobe Police Rescue Abandoned ChildKaduna State Police Command has announced the rescue of three kidnapped victims in the state, including one of the abducted students of Bethel Baptist school.

It would be recalled that the students were kidnapped when gunmen attacked the school in the early hours of Monday, July 5.

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Shortly after, the police announced that they rescued 26 students after the attack.

Speaking with journalists on Tuesday after a meeting with parents of the abducted students, Ishaya Jangadi, president of Baptist Conference in the state, said 28 students were rescued on Monday after a duel between security agents and the bandits.

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Jangadi expressed that following the rescue of the 28 students, 121 of them are still with their abductors.

In latest development, spokesperson of the state police command, ASP Mohammed Jalige, on Monday, July 12 said at about 3.40pm, operatives of the command alongside Civilian Joint Task Force (JTF) on routine rescue patrol around the forest of Tsohon Gaya village of Chikun LGA of Kaduna State, stumbled on three kidnapped victims roaming the bush extremely exhausted and weak. 


He expressed that the victims were safely evacuated and rushed to Police Clinic Kaduna were they were resuscitated and subsequently handed over to their immediate families.

Jalige added;

During the course of investigation, the three (3) victims were identified as Zaharaddeen Ibrahim, Nura Nuhu that were kidnapped recently along Kaduna – Kachia Road and Abraham Aniya one of the students of Bethel Baptist Secondary School, Kujama that were kidnapped the previous week. Thus, the Command is currently relentless in ensuring that more victims are rescued within the shortest possible time.

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