- Gunmen have invaded the staff quarters of the Junior Secondary School in Yebu in Kwali Area Council of Abuja
- The attackers also kidnapped the principal of the school, Mohammed Nuhu, has been kidnapped
- Not long ago, another gang of kidnappers abducted not less than six persons in the University of Abuja
FCT, Abuja - The vice principal of Junior Secondary School (JSS), Yebu in Kwali Area Council of Abuja, Mohammed Nuhu, has been whisked to an unknown destination by some gunmen.
It was gathered that the assailants stormed the staff quarters of the school with sophisticated guns, Daily Trust reports.
One of the teachers who spoke with newsmen said some of the criminals besieged the quarters, while others scaled the fence into Nuhu's apartment and kidnapped him.
The staff added that said the security guards were tied by the gunmen who had forced open the gate to gain access into the premises.
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“In fact, even some teachers that are staying inside the quarters could not be able to come out because of the sporadic gunshots."
The was confirmed by the chairman of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) wing of the Nigeria Union Teachers (NUT), Stephen Knabayi.
PDP condemns UNIABUJA bandit attack, blames Buhari, others
Meanwhile, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Tuesday, November 2, condemned the invasion and abduction of some staff and their family members from the University of Abuja, Gwagwalada.
A statement by the national publicity secretary of the PDP, Kola Ologbondiyan, said the attack by the gunmen who abducted four staff members and some children in the institution is cowardly.
The party also demanded an unconditional release of the victims to reunite with their families members.
Ologbondiyan further described the attack which "occurred within the precincts of President Muhammadu Buhari’s immediate security purview, just 16 kilometres from the Aso Presidential Villa" as shocking.
He said the attack shows the helplessness and failures of President Muhammadu Buhari's administration.
"With this act of banditry in Abuja, Nigerians expect President Buhari, in line with his promise to lead from the fronts, to straightaway give himself a “marching order” to rescue the victims, just as gives to others whenever there are cases of security failures in commands outside of his security precincts."