Kaduna State Government under the leadership of Governor Mal. Nasir Ahmad El-rufai have quickly gone to the Forestry school immediately after they were alerted on early morning of Friday, 12th March, 2021.
Kaduna State Government reveals that the gunmen arrived the school at around 11:30pm on Thursday.
According to a source, the gunmen in a large amount of number get into the school through it fence wall and carried out their operations.
See the photos of the rescued students below;
Nigerian Troops were immediately sent to the Forestry school after the management alerted the Kaduna State Government. The troops rescued over 180 peoples which include students and staffs.
They exchanged some roughly shootings between them and the gunmen. Unfortunately, the gunmen still abducted 31 students as was later confirmed and announced by the Forestry Mechanization School Management.
Source: BBC, CNN, Facebook @Nasir El-rufai.
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