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Friday, February 26, 2021

Armed Bandits Kidnap Secondary School Students In Zamfara

On Friday Morning armed bandits stormed a government secondary school in Jangebe, Zamfara State, on Friday morning kidnapping scores of female students.








The school which is located within the Talata-Mafara local government area of the state came under attack at around 1am in the morning.

The exact number of abducted is yet to be known but reports however suggest that no fewer than 300 girls were snatched from their dormitory.

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    1. #EndSWAT #Endpolicebrutality Phoenix26 February 2021 at 12:59

      Keep playing politics with children. The wrath of God will visit you Nothern elites and leaders

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  2. Not again!

    What's all these!

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  3. Essah Mr. Nobody, where are you?
    Take this mic and tell us what you have to say about Buhari and his APC led government concerning this frequent abduction in the north ?

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    1. Na APC government dey abduct the students?

      😳😳

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    2. This is becoming a lucrative business in the north. Since there's no oil in the north at the moment, they devised a means worth more than crude. Bad enough the likes of Gunmi and Bauchi state government are the sponsors of this state terrorism.

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  4. Gumi will come out and tell you that those are not criminals. May those girls return safely

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  5. Those responsible should put an end to this kidnapping because no one knows who will be next.
    This kind of story is heartbreaking.

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  6. The monsters they made. The weakness and insincerity of the political leaders in the north is causing this. When ransom started being paid for releasing kids, a new industry was set up. No one is surprised it is spreading. The northern part of the country has made it's bed let it now lay on it.
    My sympathies to the kids caught up in this though.

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  7. Things have gotten so bad that We are beginning to normalize these mass kidnappings and killings in Nigeria.like people will just see the headlines and move on to the next story.arrghh

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  8. Another business as usual.To think that these evil have men defending and even pay huge amount of money with the right grammar is too unfortunate

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  9. Kidnapping is now a lucrative business.what you expect when you pay a faction of these bandits handsomely and claimed you never did,but the security did their job? Now other factions want their share of the money. Keep paying the ransom,after all they are your kingsmen and untouchable.

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