The kidnapping and tension in Northern Nigerian, is getting out of hand as security agencies are working tirelessly to ensure the safety of lives and properties of citizens.
There have been reported cases of kidnapping in various secondary school, why some have been released, the governor of Kaduna state Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai, has issued a statement regarding the various kidnapping and why he is against making any form of payment to bandits.
According to governor El-Rufai, when speaking during a radio interview when he was asked if his administration has any plans of paying ransom for the release of the abducted students of Federal College of Forestry Mechanization, Kaduna, he said even if his son were to be kidnapped, that he will rather pray for him to make heaven than pay any form of ransom for his release.
The Governor who is against paying ransom to bandits, said there are other means to ensure the safe release of the students rather than paying ransoms.
Watch the short interview session, as El-Rufai spoke in Hausa (click the link below):
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