THE House of Representatives are going to be meeting with the Kaduna regime on the way to rescue the remaining twenty nine students of the Federal College of forestry Mechanisation, Afaka, Kaduna, Who were kidnapped by bandits on March eleven, 2021.
The Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila, created this notable following the protests by Parents of the scholars at the gate of the National Assembly advanced in Nigerian capital on Tuesday.
The bandits had shortly when abducted the scholars discharged a number of them. Out of the thirty-nine students kidnaped, ten had up to now been discharged, remaining twenty nine of them.
However, the Minister of data and Culture, Alhaji Lai Muhammad, aforesaid the centralized and also the Kaduna regime were operating around the clock to confirm the kidnaped Kaduna students were discharged.
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