Breaking: 287 Kuriga School Children Abducted In Kaduna By Terrorists Regain Freedom



Governor Uba Sani of Kaduna State has revealed that the 287 Kuriga Schoolchildren Abducted by terrorists have regained freedom

It was made known in the early hours of Sunday March 24, 2024 by the Governor of Kaduna State, Senator Uba Sani.

It would be recalled that, the terrorists had early on Thursday morning March 7, stormed LGEA Primary School, Kuriga, Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State and kidnapped scores of pupils and teachers at about 8:20 am immediately after the morning assembly.

Uba Sani in a statement, appreciated President Bola Tinubu, NSA Nuhu Ribadu and the Nigerian Army for the release of the Kuriga pupils and students.

The statement reads as follows:-

“In the name of Allah the Beneficient, the Most Merciful, I wish to announce that our Kuriga school children have been released.

“Our special appreciation goes to our dear President, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, GCFR for prioritizing the safety and security of Nigerians and particularly ensuring that the abducted Kuriga school children are released unharmed.

“While the school children were in captivity, I spoke with Mr. President several times. He shared our pains, comforted us and worked round the clock with us to ensure the safe return of the children.

“Special mention must also be made of our dear brother, the National Security Adviser, Mal. Nuhu Ribadu for his exemplary leadership. I spent sleepless nights with Mal. Ribadu fine tuning strategies and coordinating the operations of the security agencies, which eventually resulted in this successful outcome.

“The Nigerian Army also deserves special commendation for showing that with courage, determination and commitment, criminal elements can be degraded and security restored in our communities.

“We also thank all Nigerians who prayed fervently for the safe return of the school children. This is indeed a day of joy. We give Almighty Allah all the glory.”


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