Kidnappings in Kaduna and Borno: Tinubu denounces recent attacks, commands rescue efforts

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The horrific kidnappings that have taken happening in Borno State affecting displaced people and in Kaduna State affecting schoolchildren have been strongly denounced by President Bola Tinubu.

Friars, girls, and women make up a large portion of the abducted population from the state’s internally displaced persons camps in the Ngala local government area, according to reports.

Over 200 people are believed to have been kidnapped, while the actual figure is still a mystery.

Approximately 285 students and faculty members were abducted by terrorists on Thursday morning at LGEA Primary School in Kuriga (1), Chikun Local Government Area, Kaduna State, according to GODZGENERALBLOG.

According to reports, the event took place at approximately 8:20 in the morning, right after the morning assembly at the school.

However, the President has ordered intelligence and security services to swiftly rescue the victims and bring those responsible to account, according to a statement signed by Chief Ajuri Ngelale, his Special Adviser.

“The heads of security have briefed me on the two occurrences, and I have faith that the victims will be rescued. We, the relatives of these kidnapped citizens, will not abide by anything less. According to President Tinubu, justice would be served with decisiveness.

Assuring the victims’ relatives that they will soon be reunited, the President expresses his sympathies with them.

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