Two students who were abducted from the Federal College of Forestry Mechanization in Kaduna state have been admitted in an hospital for medical treatment, following their release from captivity.It was gathered that the two affected students are sisters from the Sani family.Both sisters, Victory Sani and Rejoice Sani managed to share details of their ordeal with AIT, while on the hospital bed where they received medical treatment.
Many of the recently released students from the College of Mechanization, Afaka in Kaduna state have revealed their gruesome experiences while they were held captive by suspected bandits in the state for about 56 days.The students who were were kidnapped from their hostel recanted gruesome details like how they were unable to have their bath in almost two months spent in captivity.
Why We Are Against Payment Of Ransom To Bandits - ACF The apex northern socio-cultural body, the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) has revealed why it is against the payment of ransom to bandits to secure the release of abducted persons.In a statement released by its National Publicity Secretary, Emmanuel Yawe, in Kaduna on Saturday, the ACF said the government can negotiate with bandits but not pay ransom.
Today's Headlines: Afaka Students Reveal The Secret Of Kidnappers, Bullet Kills NSCDC Officer In Imo
Pastor Adeboye Finally Reacts To Son’s Death.General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Pastor Enoch Adeboye on Friday night broke his silence after the demise of his son, Dare Adeboye.The 42-year-old died in his sleep on Tuesday, May 4 in Eket, Akwa-Ibom where he was based with his family.
Fatima Ibrahim Shamaki, one of the students abducted from the Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka, Kaduna State, recounted her ordeal at the kidnappers' den.Speaking with newsmen of Daily Trust hours after she reunited with her husband, Shamakhi revealed that she was 2-month-old pregnant when she and 36 students were kidnapped on 11 March 2021.
After 55 agonizing days in kidnappers’ den, the 27 abducted students of the Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka, Kaduna state, are now out.Some of them have been telling the world of their experiences in the hands of the kidnappers.Expectedly, it was a bitter story, one that the students say they want to forget in a hurry and move on with the rest of their lives.
Days after they were released by the kidnappers, a student of the Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka, Kaduna State, who goes by the name Pamela Ibrahim has revealed that some of the bandits who kidnapped them are not Nigerians.According to her, she made it known that the bandits abducted them so as to get the government's attention.
Today's Headlines: Fed ministry fails to keep records of houses built, sold in six years; Relief as freed 27 students to arrive after 56 days.Despite budgeting billions of naira for new housing schemes, The Guardian has revealed that the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing has no record of homes being built and sold in six years under President Muhammadu Buhari's administration.
Released Afaka student (Jennifer peter) finally shows her gratitude to everyone who prayed for them.
6 days after the kidnapped afaka students were released, one of the kidnapped student (Jennifer Peter) went on her Facebook page to show her gratitude to those who cared for them while they are in the hands of their captives and also to those who stood by her mum to console her after going through sleepless nights thinking about her.
During an interview with Daily Trust, one of the freed students of the Federal College of Forestry Mechanization, Afaka in Kaduna State has narrated how she lost her pregnancy when she was in the kidnappers’ den.The lady identified as Fatima Ibrahim Shamaki by Daily Trust was among the 37 students who were kidnapped on the 11th of March, 2021 before they were released 3 days ago.
THE released students of Federal College of Forestry Mechanism Afaka, located in Kaduna state, who were successfully rescued from the kidnapper's den after being in captivity for 56 days and reunited with their families, have shared touching stories of their days in captivity.After gaining their freedom back after spending such a long time as prisoners to their abductors, the students while making announcements revealed that their kidnappers are not Nigerians alone, confirming that foreigners are roaming among the kidnappers.
Freed Kaduna Students Finally Reveal Freed Kaduna Students Finally Reveal Why They Were Kidnapped And What They Experienced.
According to Nation Reports, there was great jubilation by the parents of the freed kaduna students of the Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka for the release of their children.Following the release, the parents expressed their overwhelming joy while other students sang victory and solidarity song in honour of their colleagues who had been in captivity for 56days in the custody of the dreadful terrorists.
Sheikh Gumi has revealed what his action would be if his child is abducted by Bandits.The controversial Cleric has always supported the activities of Bandits in the country and it's nearly impossible that his child would be abducted.However, we still need to consider the fact that no one is safe in the country right now.
Following the release of the 27 abducted students from the Federal College of Forestry Mechanization, Afaka, in Kaduna State, a pregnant woman has come out to reveal how she lost her pregnancy during her ordeal with the bandits.Recall that some days ago, the 27 abducted Afaka students were released by the bandits and have been reunited with their families and loved ones.
It was indeed a double tragedy for Fatima Ibrahim Shamaki, one of the freed students of Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka after she lost her pregnancy while in captivity as well as losing her father.Fatima who regained her freedom along with her colleagues few days ago after a marathon negotiation between the bandits and a mediator who stood in between the two parties, revealed to Daily Trust Newspapers that she has lost the baby.
The release of some of the abducted students of Federal College of Forestry Mechanization, Afaka, Kaduna State, would no doubt bring forth relief and tears of joy to their parents and families.Former President Olusegun Obasanjo and Sheik Gumi were said to be instrumental in securing the release of the students, who were kidnapped a couple of weeks back.
Tears of joy flowed through the faces of the abducted students of Federal college of Forestry Mechanization, Afaka, Kaduna state after the Nigerian government successfully ensured their safe release to their families.However, the students who were in their excited state gave some account of what the bandits had done and told them while they were held captive in their den.
Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, has stated that there is hope in negotiating with kidnappers, citing the case of the 27 Afaka students that were released by their abductors after negotiation, as an example."I hope that this Afaka case will also encourage us to know that there is hope in negotiation and release of the children .” Gumi said.
The story of the Afaka students will forever be remembered in Nigerian history and indeed, the very distraught families of the students who waited for seven whole weeks to see their children again.Wednesday marked the end of a harrowing period of waiting for the good news of the students' release.
It will be recalled that the Kidnapping of the students of Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka, Kaduna state took place on the 12th of last month.And also that ten of the 39 of them were released shortly afterwards, while the rest were retained by their Kidnappers all along.