Nigeria’s Rep Speaker laments abduction of varsity students

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The news of the abduction of students in tertiary institutions in the North-West region of Nigeria is deeply alarming.
Hon. Tajudeen Abbas, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, has expressed his worry over this issue, particularly after the recent confirmation by the Katsina State Police Command of the abduction of five students from the Federal University, Dutsinma in the state.
This follows the abduction of an unspecified number of female students at the Federal University, Gusau on September 22, 2023. Abbas has called on security agencies to take swift action and rescue the abducted students, as well as prevent any future occurrences.
The safety and security of students and their education is of utmost importance, and it is vital that the government and security agencies prioritize their protection.
The Speaker has also appealed to the military and other relevant security agencies to re-evaluate their approaches and strategies to ensure the safety of all Nigerians, particularly those in the North.
Furthermore, the Speaker has urged the local communities hosting these tertiary institutions to assist security agents by remaining vigilant and reporting any suspicious activities in their areas.
It is crucial that everyone works together to combat the threat of banditry and kidnapping, and protect the future of education in Nigeria. The Speaker’s concern highlights the gravity of this issue and the need for urgent action.

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