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Kaduna confirms release of kidnapped principal, students

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Cyril Mbah, Abuja
The Nigeria police state government have confirmed the safe of six students and two staff members of a school in state, who were kidnapped from their dormitories more than two weeks ago.
A group of armed men kidnapped the six students, their vice principal matron of Engravers College, a private school in a dawn raid on the boarding school on October 3, 2019.
state Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Mr. Samuel Aruwa, said at the weekend that the students and staff of the Engravers College, who were abducted, have regained their freedom.
Samuel Aruwa did not explain how the kidnapped students were released or whether any ransom was paid; although Governor Nasir El-Rufai told reporters soon after the abduction that the kidnappers made contacts, demanding ransom payment for their .
Although the governor declined to give details of the amounts demanded, some parents of the hostages disclosed that the abductors asked for N50 million about ($140, 000) for the release of the girls.

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