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22 Feb 2021
Niger State Governor Abubakar Sani Bello Sunday night received 53 rescued passengers of Niger State Transport Authority bus. Bello received them at the government house, Minna, two weeks after they were kidnapped by armed men at Kundu village along Zungeru in Niger State. He hinted that their release followed series of dialogue, consultations, and hard…
17 Feb 2021
Some students and teachers of the Government Science College Kagara in Niger State staff quarters have been kidnapped. Multiple reports said gunmen started attacked the school around 2:00 am on Wednesday, beginning with sporadic gunshots. One student is feared killed by the shooting. "Bandits went into GSC Kagara last night and kidnapped hundreds of students…

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