Jengebe Girls school watchman involved in the abduction of the 300 students - says Matawalle
By M..Sani | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 3288 views
The Govt Girls Secondary School Jengebe abducted students who are 300 in number were released by the bandits after kidnapping them. The abduction had touched the heart of many Nigerians, the growing insecurity in places like Zamfara is a major national concern. Bello Matawalle who is the gov of Zamfara state alleged the school watchman for helping the bandits in abduction of the students. The students also said so after being interviewed says Matawalle.
After the abduction of these 317 female students, the media tend well on the ongoing situation, the same happened after the news of their release was out yesterday.
Today, Bello Matawalle spoked in a program at Channels TV, he alleged the watchman of Govt Girls Secondary School Jengebe for joining hands with the bandits to help them abduct the students.
Photos of the released abducted students, govt secondary School Jengebe.
Bello Matawalle also said it will be shameful if those behind the abduction of these 317 female students were revealed. But, he knows its politics and will find a way to deal with them.
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