Breaking: Bandits attack Zamfara school, abduct students

Breaking: Bandits attack Zamfara school, abduct students

  • Some students have been kidnapped by bandits in another attack on educational institutions in Zamfara
  • According to reports coming from the state, unspecified number of students have been abducted by the criminals
  • Sources said that the assailants invaded the school in a large number and left with the students to an undisclosed location

In another big blow to Nigeria, bandits have once again abducted some students in Zamfara state. This follows an attack on Kaya Day Secondary School.

Channels TV reports that the incident occurred at about 11am on Wednesday, September 1, in Maradun local government area of the state.

Another school has been attacked by bandits.
Bandits have attacked another Zamfara school. Photo: Nigerian Army
Source: Facebook

However, police authorities in Zamfara have yet to confirm the incident.

Sources explained that the assailants invaded the school in a large number and left with the students to an undisclosed location.

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The governor also ordered the closure of all filling stations in local areas. He further directed that there should be no selling of fuel even in jerry cans.

Matawalle said the move becomes necessary considering the resurgence of banditry and kidnapping in the state. He also directed security operatives to shoot at any motorcycle carrying more than two persons if refused to stop for arrest.

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Adesina also condemned those celebrating the attack on the military facility, saying such celebrations are evil.


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