Erstwhile Senator Shehu Sani who represented Kaduna central senatorial district in 2015, has called on various herder groups like the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Assosciation and the Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, to help secure the release of the kidnapped students of the College of Forestry Mechanisation in Afaka, Kaduna State.
The college students were abducted by gunmen on March 11 and has since been held captive.
Sani took to his Twitter page on Tuesday, May 5 to appeal to various Fulani herder groups to assist in facilitating the release of the students whose parents according to Sani are going through unimaginable pain and anguish
“The pains and anguish of having your children in the hands of bandits for 55 days is unimaginable. We live in times of nights of tragedies and mornings of sorrows,” Sani tweeted.
The former senator added that posterity will not pity those men who chose the path of indifference as the pains of the parents of the abducted students are suffering unthinkable pains.
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