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32 abducted Kaduna Baptist students regain freedom


Thirty-two of the remaining 63 Bethel Baptist students in Kaduna State have been released by their captors after 52 days in captivity.

The Guardian learnt that the students were released yesterday.

The chairman of Kaduna State chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Rev. John Hayab, confirmed the development.

Hayab said the children looked feeble, sick and malnourished, adding that they have been reunited with their parents.

With the release of the 32 students by the bandits, 31 were still in captivity. The total number released by the bandits so far was 90 as of yesterday.

The bandits had abducted 121 of the students on July 5, 2021, at the school premises along the Kaduna-Kachia high way Damishi in Chikun local council of the state.


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