- Six schoolgirls and two teachers who were kidnapped on October 3 have been reportedly released
- The victims were allegedly released in the later hours of Friday, October 25, and have been taken to a hospital for medical examination
- The kidnappers were reportedly paid N10 million ransom before releasing the victims
Six schoolgirls and two teachers of Engravers College, Kaduna, who were kidnapped by unknown gunmen, have been reportedly released. The victims were kidnapped on Thursday, October 3.
Premium Times reports that the victims were, however, released in the late hours of Friday, October 25, adding that they have been to a hospital for medical attention.
The newspaper said some parents of the victims who confirmed the development expressed over their release.
The kidnappers reportedly received N10 million ransom before releasing the victims, according to sources cited by the newspaper.
The police are yet to react to the development as at the time of filing this report.
In a similar development, Justice Abdul Dogo, a judge of the Federal High Court who was kidnapped on Tuesday, October 22, has also reportedly regained freedom.
Dogo regained his freedom in the early hours of Saturday, October 26. The judge and his driver have been reportedly debriefed by the police and reunited with their families.
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