The school girls, who were abducted two days ago by group of suspected bandits were told to be kept in a forest in Maru local government, away from Gusau, the state's capital.
The girls are presently at the palace of the Emir of Anka, waiting for their transportation to Gusau, where that were captured. After all about 317 of them were captured but few escaped.
It was reported that on their way inside the forest, about 7 students found their way of escape outside the forest. One of the girls who returned home added that a lot had escaped but are finding difficulty of returning home.
The governor of the state, Sheik Gumi mentioned earlier that the bandits he met few days ago aren't the one responsible for the abduction of the government school girls, Jangbese. He promised that the security of the state will be tightened mostly in schools and other public places in order to prevent the occurance of such in the state.
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