The state governor have received The girls student of Government Girls Secondary School, Jangebe who were forcefully abducted few days ago and got released on Sunday February 26
You will recall on Friday around 1am when gunmen invaded Government Girls Secondary School, Jangebe completely dressed in uniform and drove in Hilux vehicle and some motorcycles and forcefully take over 300 girls student away as reported. Click here to read more about the incident
the girls who are abducted on Friday Mourning in their hostel got their freedom and are stay in the palace of Emir of Anka anticipating government bus to peak them up to Gusau, state capital
The state governor has received the abducted student in Gusau, the state capital around 5am on Tuesday morning and said the children were safely released without any casualties of anyone sustained injury adding that no handsome was paid before the released of those student
The released of the student was disclosed by the state governor, Bello Matawalle, via his social media handle where he expressed his gratitude and call on every Nigerian to join him in rejoice and thank GOD for the successful released of the abducted girls
“Alhamdulillah! It gladdens my heart to announce the release of the abducted students of GGSS Jangebe from captivity. This follows the scaling of several hurdles laid against our efforts. I enjoin all well-meaning Nigerians to rejoice with us as our daughters are now safe.”
The governor added
“This is the result of our peace effort and putting to shame all those saying there is no security in this country.
“We have been in discussion since Friday with the abductors and reached agreement on Monday by 4pm that the girls were released.
“We are happy that all 279 have safely returned, they will undergo medical checks and given balanced diets to recuperate by the state government before they are handed back to their respective families.
“I want to appeal to parents not to remove their children from school as a result of this, we will ensure additional security in all the schools.
“We thank all media outlets for their support throughout these trying times,” the governor said.
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