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Video Of Moment Terrorists Breached University Hostel, Abduct Female Students



Video Of Moment Terrorists Breached University Hostel, Abduct Female Students

Terrorists in the early hours of yesterday abducted scores of students at the Federal University Gusau, Zamfara State, and another nine construction workers engaged within the university.

This is coming as the eight graduates from Akwa Ibom State who were abducted on August 17 in Zamfara on their way to the Sokoto State National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) orientation camp clocked 38 days in the dungeons of terrorists today.

According to report, the terrorists who abducted the varsity student invaded three private hostels in Sabon Gida village, near the university around 4 a.m., shooting indiscriminately, before abducting the students.

An indigene of Sabon Gida village, Abubakar Sani, said: “The bandits came in large numbers and stormed three students’ off-campus residences in the village.

They broke into the hostels and brought out a number of students. Many of those kidnapped were females, while other students were able to escape into the bush.”

The nine construction workers abducted on the same day, but on the university campus, were snatched in the building provided for them by the school’s authorities.

One of the workers, Ibrahim Mohammed, who narrowly escaped from the terrorists, said the attackers arrived in the university on motorcycles, broke into the building where the workers were sleeping, and whisked them away.”

He said, “When they broke into the building, they told us to come out and follow them. I was looking for a way to escape, then suddenly I jumped out and one of the bandits fired a shot but could not get me.”

Also yesterday, the Zamfara State Governor, Dauda Lawal, summoned an emergency security meeting following the abduction of the university students.

Lawal stressed that the meeting was aimed at ensuring the immediate release of all abducted persons and finding a sustainable solution to the lingering issue of insecurity that has become a source of concern to the administration.

The governor directed the Deputy Governor, Mani Mallam Mummuni, to provide all the necessary support to the security agencies to restore normalcy in all affected areas.

According to a statement from Government House, Gusau, “During the meeting, the security chiefs assured the Governor of their commitment to restoring peace in the state.

“They equally unequivocally confirmed that troops had successfully rescued six kidnap victims.

The security chiefs further assured that troops had neutralised scores of the kidnappers and are actively pursuing them to ensure the safe rescue of all victims.”

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