Gunmen kidnap an anode group of students from a university in the state of Kaduna, Nigeria.
Unidentified gunmen abducted undergraduates from Greenfield University, who operate in the northwest of the city, on Tuesday night.
Police do not acknowledge the abduction from a private higher institution in Kaduna.
Unconfirmed reports say about 40 students were taken away and killed by a security officer after going to school.
Kaduna goment official wey no wan to appoint us am confam di incident and tell the BBC that dem is still not conducting an investigation into di incident.
“Unfortunately, it’s true that gunmen are driving some students from Greenfield University, but we’re still exploring wetin happiness for now.”
The top official of the University of Di also talks to the BBC, saying that there should be no talk about the incident with the Di, because the state momentum has already jumped.
“For now, I can’t tell you anything, because the state goment is already on it and will issue a statement on the issue, so I have nothing to say.”
It is not the second time the kidnappers have stormed a higher institution after entering the Federal College of Forestry Mechanization last month.
The fifth high school attack in northwestern Nigeria since 2021.
Dis anode high profile abduction for Kaduna did not become the first place for di kasala.
29 students of the Faculty of Forestry are still left with the kidnappers after 10 students were released a few days ago.
No group is taking responsibility for the new attack.
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