Yesterday it was reported that kidnappers attacked and kidnapped some students from a private university in kaduna state. However, the university that the students were kidnapped from is Greenfield University, the university is located along the Kaduna-Abuka Highway in Chikun Local Government Area in kaduna state.
Few hours after the kidnapping, the kidnappers contacted the parents of the student demanding N800 million as ransom for the release of the students that were kidnapped.
Base in the report that was put out to the public by The Nation, the kidnapper threaten to kill the students if their demand is not meant.
It was reported that, a cousin of one of the students that was kidnapped from the school identified as Georgina Stephen confirmed the development. She said that 23 students were kidnapped from the school, 14 happen to be female and some staffs of the school were also kidnapped. Georgina also revealed that the kidnappers have been beating the students and threaten to kill them if the ransom is not paid.
However, a parent has also confirmed the news development, he said the kidnappers called and asked for 800 million Naira as ransom for the release of the students.
It was reported that the kidnappers entered the school on Tuesday night and started shooting anyhow outing people in fear. They then proceeded to kidnapping many students.
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