It is no longer news that three kingpins involved in the kidnap of over 100 students of Bethel Baptist school, Kaduna some months ago have been arrested.
NPF Public Relations Officer, Frank Mba paraded the suspects at the headquarters of the defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), in Abuja.
(Photo Credit - Google)
2 things the Federal Government of Nigeria can do to the three kidnappers of the Bethel School children that were kidnapped.
1. FG should make sure that justice is served in this case. They should ensure that the 21 others on the run were also arrested kept behind bars.
(Photo Credit - Daily Trust Newspaper)
This will serve as a detriment to others who are planning to carry arms and ammunition to kidnaps school children.
2. FG should ensure that the ransom collected by the bandits are fully recovered and paid to those who paid.
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