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Gumi No longer Fervent In Rescue Of Abducted Kuriga Schoolchildren — Gov Sani

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Posted by African ExaminerFeatured, Most contemporary Files, Files Across NigeriaSunday, March Twenty fourth, 2024iba sanni

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Governor Uba Sani of Kaduna Express says Kaduna-essentially based Muslim cleric, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, became no longer obsessed on the accurate return of abducted Kuriga pupils, though the cleric had supplied to barter with bandits for the launch of the pupils.

The governor, who mentioned this on Channels Tv’s Sunday Politics programme, mentioned the total 137 schoolchildren abducted on March 7, 2024 from the Chikun Native Authorities House of the state by marauding bandits were rescued by the military in collaboration with native authorities from neighbouring Zamfara Express, the place the hostages were moved by their kidnappers.

The governor described as speculations, talks in some quarters that ransom became paid, stressing that Gumi became no longer obsessed on the rescue of the pupils.

Sani mentioned, “All these speculations you is seemingly to be hearing today time are figments of some individuals’s creativeness. I’m able to advise you that without any grief of contradiction. There became nothing admire Gumi in this operation. I’m able to advise you. I won’t undermine the efforts of our Armed Forces.”

The governor additionally mentioned contrary to experiences, 137 schoolchildren and no longer 287 schoolchildren  were abducted from the LEA Predominant Faculty and Authorities Secondary Faculty, Kuriga, about four weeks ago.

Sani regretted that a instructor who became kidnapped alongside the pupils couldn’t make it out alive as he developed some concerns while in captivity. He commiserated with the family of the deceased instructor and consoled the families of the launched schoolchildren.

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