Kaduna Kidnap: Four Additional Baptist Students Regain Freedom
The latest development, therefore, brings the total number of the rescued students to 38 out of the 121 that were abducted by bandits on July 5.
According to DailyPost, Kaduna State chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev. John Joseph Hayab, announced that the abducted students escaped from their abductors on Sunday, 25th July, and have since reunited with their parents.
According to Rev. Hayab;
God helping us, the four abducted students miraculously found their way out from the hands of their abductors and have been united to their parents for further medical check-up.
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The state chairman of CAN said that with the new development, there are still 83 students in the hands of their abductors, with their parents and the school management praying fervently for their safe return.
The state Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Mohammed Jalige confirmed the new development.
On Sunday, 28 more abducted students of the school also regained their freedom.
The students were found inside Tsoho Gaya Forest in the Chikun Local Government Area of the state in the early hours of Sunday.
It is not clear whether the bandits released them for ransom or they were rescued by security operatives or escaped by themselves.
Also, Three of the students were rescued by police operatives some days ago at a location also in Chikun Local Government Area and were later taken to a police medical facility for medical checks.
The bandits, who stormed their school on July 8, later demanded a ransom of N60million for the release of the students.