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Kaduna: Samuel Aruwan Responds to TVC When Asked About Paying Ransom To Free Kidnapped Students

Mr. Samuel Aruwan, the Honorable Commissioner for Internal Security in Kaduna state has reacted to some questions raised on the Journalists Hangout programme on Television Continental on Thurday following the recent spree of kidnappings across the state.

Aruwan who was on a recorded phone conversation with Babajide Kolade Otitoju during the programme was asked about the government's efforts in trying the free the Abducted students (Both the Afaka students and those at Greenfield University); The Commissioner responded by reaffirming that government has no intention whatsoever in paying bandits or kidnappers after all that they have been doing.

He further stated that; "Other states faced with same security issues and continue to pay ransom over and over again are still not free from being attacked or are still not free from bandits and kidnappers. So why must we pay these criminals?

"We have paid them before, attacks never stopped. There is no reason to continue paying them". Aruwan added;

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