Kidnappings: This is what’ll happen if FG fails to act now – Sani

March 12, 2021
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Hours after it was reported that some students of the Federal College of Forestry Mechanization in Mando, Kaduna state have been abducted by bandits, former senator in the state, Shehu Sani has warned President Muhammadu Buhari that tragedy looms in the country.

Sani gave the warning in a post via his Twitter account on Friday while reacting to the abduction of the students which he said has become too rampant and dangerous.

The lawmaker, who also said he was disappointed that the recent abduction took place close to the Nigerian Defence Academy, revealed that the country was currently under serious attacks.

He warned that tragedy looms if the federal government failed to take actions to ensure an end to the incessant abductions.

“Bandits invaded and kidnapped students at the Federal College of Forestry mechanization Afaka. Sad to know that this abduction took place in the outskirts of Kaduna, near the Airport and close to the Nigerian Defence Academy.

“The country is under siege and our tragedy is round the clock. Obviously no lessons were learned from Kagara abductions,” he said.

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