At least six students and two teachers have been abducted from a private secondary school in Kaduna by unknown gunmen suspected to be kidnappers.
The incident according to the Public Relations Officer of the State Police Command, Mr Yakubu Sabo, occurred Thursday morning at Kakau Daji when the gunmen forced their way into the school through a porous fence.
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Confirming the story to Channels Television, Sabo said the incident took place at Kakau Daji, a village located behind the Kaduna Refining and Petrochemicals Company (KRPC) in Chikun Local Government Area of the state.
Sabo revealed that gunmen after forcing themselves into the school compound made their way straight to the female hostel abducted the students and the two teachers who reside in the school.
Although the where about of the abducted students and teachers are not known; Sabo advised that proprietor of schools should beef up security around their school premises in other to protect their students from attack.
The Police Command’s spokesperson disclosed that a combined team of Police Mobile Force and Anti-Kidnapping Squad have launched a manhunt of the kidnappers with a view to rescuing the victims and apprehending the culprits.