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Last of the kidnapped student released by Fulani in Nigeria

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According to International Christian Concern, on the 1st of May, the Fulani released the last of the four Christian students, kidnapped on the 29th of April.


As we have reported earlier this week, four students were kidnapped Thursday on the 29th of April, from The King’s School, a Christian missions school established by Calvary Ministries, in Gana Ropp village in Plateau state’s Barkin Ladi County. While three of the kidnapped students escaped after security forces deployed to the area, one remained in captivity. Later, on the 1st of May, the last student was fortunately released.

Internation Christian Concern notes that “while we rejoice for the freedom of these abducted students, we must continue to pray for those who are still in captivity. According to Daily Post Nigeria, five of the 22 students kidnapped from Greenfield University in Kaduna state last month have been murdered, while terrorists vow to kill the remaining seventeen if a ransom is not paid.”

Source: ICC

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