Kaduna Residents are Protesting the Abduction of Bethel Baptist Students, Block Major Highways...
The news of the abduction of dozens of the Bethel Baptist secondary school students have generated so much uproar in the state and the country at large. It is undisputed that the rate at which kidnappings and other form of insecurity is so alarming and educational institutions seems to be the destination for all sorts of criminal activities. Despite the Afaka and Greenfield students saga,the activities of these criminals continue to persist.
Reports have it that residents have taken over the streets and major Highways in protest of the latest incident. This has also prevented motorists from making any move leading to Kachia express road.
Maraba rido community have also been shut down. This is believed to be a means of sending a strong message to the government of the state.
At the moment, security officials are trying to keep residents under control by pleading with them to return to their homes while government and the police get to work.
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