BREAKING: FG Releases List Of 14 States Where Bandits Are Planning To Attack Schools

The National Coordinator of Financing Safe Schools in Nigeria, Hajia Halima Iliya stated that the data of the at-risk schools has been collected for intervention....READ FULL ARTICLE

She confirmed the development while speaking to Punch on Sunday.

Iliya declined to reveal the states, however, the National Safe Schools Response Coordination Centre, Nigeria Security, and Civil Defence Corps, Hammed Abodunrin, said they included Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Benue, Yobe, Katsina, FCT, Kebbi, Sokoto, Plateau, Zamfara and three others.

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No fewer than 465 pupils, teachers, and women abducted in the past week are still in the custody of their captors.

Fifteen pupils of an Islamiya school in Sokoto State were kidnapped in the early hours of Saturday, less than 72 hours after 287 schoolchildren and teachers were abducted from the LEA primary school and the Government Secondary School both at Kuriga, in the Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State.

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However, 28 of them were on Sunday reported to have escaped 259 in captivity.

A few days before the Kaduna incident, 200 female Internally Displaced Persons were taken away by terrorists in Borno State.

The women were kidnapped in Ngala, the headquarters of Gambarou Ngala in Borno state while fetching firewood in the bush. On Sunday, there were reports that nine of them had regained freedom remaining 191 in captivity.…READ FULL ARTICLE

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