N800 Million Reportedly Paid To Bandits By FG For Release Of Kagara Students In Niger State

Date: 20-02-2021 7:34 am (2 months ago) | Author: Olusanya Akinrinola
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The Federal Government has reportedly paid a sum of N800 million to bandits for the release of the abducted students and staff of Government Science College (KSC), Kagara, in Niger State.
According to Peoples Gazzete, the government paid N800m for the “successful operation,” which was allegedly brokered by the National Security Adviser (NSA), Babagana Monguno, and a popular Islamic cleric, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi.

The publication stated that the bandits have now freed all students and officials abducted from Niger school on Wednesday, adding that announcement about the release tomorrow (Saturday).

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“EXCLUSIVE: Bandits have freed all students and officials abducted from Niger school on Wednesday.

“FG paid N800 million for the successful operation, brokered by NSA Monguno and Sheikh Gumi. Cash was ferried to Tagina Forest holding the gunmen. FG to announce today or tomorrow,” it reads.
EXCLUSIVE: Bandits have freed all students and officials abducted from Niger school on Wednesday.

FG paid N800 million for the successful operation, brokered by NSA Monguno and Sheikh Gumi. Cash was ferried to Tagina Forest holding the gunmen.

FG to announce today or tomorrow.

— Peoples Gazette (@GazetteNGR) February 19, 2021


Posted: at 20-02-2021 07:34 AM (2 months ago) | Hero
- fineboy77 at 20-02-2021 10:39 AM (2 months ago)
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General Buhari, the one voted to flush out insecurity..., now the chief insecurity businessman.

Posted: at 20-02-2021 10:39 AM (2 months ago) | Hero
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