FG allegedly pay ransom of 800M to secure release of kidnapped Kagara Boys

BREAKING: Gunmen kidnap over 300 female pupils from Zamfara School

The Federal Government of Nigeria has been accused of paying a sum of 800 million naira to secure the release of the kidnapped Kagara Boys in Niger.

FG allegedly pay ransom of 800M to secure release of kidnapped Kagara Boys

It would be recalled that Gunmen stormed the north-central Nigerian boarding school early Wednesday, kidnapping at least 20 teenage boys.

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That was the second mass abduction of children to shake the country in three months.

The attackers raided the Government Science Secondary School in the town of Kagara before sunrise and dragged the classmates into the dense woods.

With Nigerians calling the government to secure their release as soon as possible, People’s Gazette says bandits have now freed all the kidnapped Kagara Boys and the official announcement will be made today or tomorrow.

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They say federal government paid 800million naira to secure the release- through the help of Sheikh Gumi.

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