The Parents Teachers’ Association in Kaduna State, on Tuesday, pleaded with bandits to spare the lives of the remaining 17 students of Greenfield University, Kaduna State. The National President, Parents Teachers Association, PTA, Alhaji Haruna Danladi, has pleaded with the abductors not to hurt or harm any of the students anymore.
Danjuma expressed concern over the tension caused by the threat among the students’ families and other Nigerians across the country. “We were shocked and unhappy with the bandits’ threat on the radio that all our remaining Greenfield University students will be killed if N100 million and ten motorcycles were not given to them (bandits) today (Tuesday).
“We are simply begging them not to kill any other students in view of the fact that they are innocents “The deadline is really worrisome and as parents, we are all concerned and worried over the lives of our students and teachers of the green field university,” he said.
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According to him, there is a need for the abductors to extend the deadline they gave in order to enable some of the parents to meet up their demands. Danjuma said it was unfortunate that bandits had come up with new ways of extorting money from school students by evacuating a large number of students to get money.
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