Kebbi students kidnap: Na’Allah asks military to sustain onslaught
Senator Bala Ibn Na’Allah, representing Kebbi South, has called on the military to sustain its onslaught on bandits terrorising many villages of Yauri and Zuru Emirates in southern part of Kebbi State.
The Senator was reacting to the recent rescue of five kidnapped students and two teachers among a yet to be ascertained number of kidnapped students of Federal Government College, Birnin Yauri. He spoke to journalists shortly after a stakeholders meeting on lingering security situation, yesterday in Zuru, Kebbi State.
He commended all the security agents and other local groups that took part in degrading the bandits that have been terrorising Zuru/Yauri and the surrounding environment, which also led to the rescue to the kidnapped students.
“I also commend the timely intervention of the Federal Government, the State Governor, Abubakar Atiku Bagudu and all those who contributed in hunting down the criminal elements.
“I assure all security agents that the Zuru and Yauri communities will cooperate fully and render necessary support in hunting down bandits and other criminal elements in our society. Ours will be a determination to deal squarely with the disturbing security situation,” Na’Allah added.
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