TRAGIC LOSS! Two Kogi Students Killed By Terrorists Over Failure To Pay Ransom

Date: 26-05-2024 5:22 pm (3 weeks ago) | Author: Mister Jay Wonder
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In a heartbreaking development, two students of Confluence University of Science and Technology, Osara, Okene, Kogi State, fell victim to the violence perpetrated by terrorists who raided the institution two weeks ago. The bandits, who had previously abducted students preparing for their upcoming examinations, claimed the lives of Michael Anajuwe James and Musa Hussein.

The chilling attack unfolded when the terrorists infiltrated the university campus through the dense bush, storming into three lecture halls and unleashing gunfire to instill fear among the students.

Confirmation of the devastating loss came from Michael's bereaved brother, who spoke to SaharaReporters, revealing the tragic fate that befell his sibling and another slain student, whose bodies were discovered in a forest located in Kwara State.

A harrowing video obtained by SaharaReporters depicts the lifeless bodies of the students lying on a paved road, a grim testament to the horrors they endured.

Expressing profound grief and frustration, the family source lamented the government's purported rescue efforts, asserting that the students claimed to be rescued were those who had sought refuge in the forest during the invasion. The actual abducted students, including Michael, remained in captivity.

The ordeal worsened as the terrorists demanded a staggering ransom, initially set at N200 million and later reduced to N100 million. Despite desperate attempts by family members to negotiate and raise funds, the terrorists remained obstinate, insisting on the exorbitant sum and displaying a callous disregard for human life.

While some students were reportedly rescued in previous weeks, the fate of at least nine others still held captive by the terrorists hangs in precarious uncertainty. The waning efforts of the school management and state government to secure the release of the remaining students have sparked fear and anguish among their families, highlighting the urgent need for renewed action and intervention to bring an end to this harrowing ordeal.


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- gogoman at 26-05-2024 05:38 PM (3 weeks ago)
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evil people killing each other for money  Cry
Posted: at 26-05-2024 05:38 PM (3 weeks ago) | Grande Master
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- fineboy77 at 26-05-2024 06:29 PM (3 weeks ago)
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Posted: at 26-05-2024 06:29 PM (3 weeks ago) | Addicted Hero
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