Parents Of Abducted Kaduna Students Protest At The National Assembly

Parents Of Abducted Kaduna Students Protest At The National Assembly
Parents of the abducted students, of the College of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka in Kaduna State staged a protest at the National Assembly complex, Abuja, today demanding the intervention of the government in rescuing their children.

Parents Of Abducted Kaduna Students Protest At The National AssemblyParents and students of the school held in their hands banners begging for the release of the students and also called out the government for not making enough effort in securing the release of the students. The banners held by the students had the photos of the abducted students printed boldly on them and parents could be seen crying during the protest as they marched with the students.
Read also: 5 Of 39 Students Abducted By Bandits At Federal College Of Forestry Mechanization Released
Parents Of Abducted Kaduna Students Protest At The National Assembly
Recall that last month 5 out of 39 students abducted from the school regained freedom. The Kaduna state Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, said the five students were recovered by troops of the Nigerian Army.

Parents Of Abducted Kaduna Students Protest At The National Assembly
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