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Re: FG Says No ransom paid for rescued Kuriga students

Re: FG Says No ransom paid for rescued Kuriga students

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Following the latest update of the report in NEWS SLIDER by Goddy Friday on March 25, 2024, “The Federal Government has insisted that no ransom was paid for the release of the abducted school students from Kuriga, Kaduna State, former female Presidential candidate Prof. Funmilayo Adesanya-Davies in 2019 has commended the Federal government, saying if so, “this is a giant stride, we are so glad the victims of the kidnapping are all back, but such events are unpalatable and would need to end.”

“Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris, has stated that no ransom was paid for the release of the abducted school students,” after the Federal Executive Council meeting.
“Idris highlighted that the student’s release was deliberated during the FEC session, and the president has instructed that the culprits be apprehended and held accountable.

Meanwhile, on this Kaduna abductions, another concerned Nigerian, Akaraiwe, SAN has asked salient questions, “Where are the 150 other children?!”
“With the return of over 137 abducted pupils of the LEA Primary School and the Government Secondary School Kuriga in the Chikun Local Government Area, Kaduna, within Zamfara State after more than two weeks in captivity (the defence Headquarters claim they were rescued from some forest in Zamfara State); not a few have wondered how a crowd of 287 pupils and teachers were taken from two different schools in Kaduna state and marched all the way to Zamfara State even if the two states shared borders without the slightest trouble, intervention or interruption.

Among the puzzled Nigerians is a former First Vice President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Ikeazor Akaraiwe, SAN who is asking amongst other questions, “Where are the 150 other children?!”
Hear him.

You mean these kids trekked from Kaduna to Zamfara through treacherous forests and law enforcement did not detect them!?
No citizen reported a huge mass of children herded by gun-wielding men marching resolutely through the bushes, forests and grasslands for several kilometres, possibly hundreds!?
Did all of them survive the trek?!
Or were they moved in buses?
⁠Did they get water to drink, and food to eat for the entire period?

⁠What are the demographics of those who were released – Muslim, Christian, animists or a mixture of all?

Adesanya-Davies concludes as the first lady Senator Remi Tinubu has advocated, “That the terrorists would need to face capital punishment rather than any form of amnesty.

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