Several deaths and kidnappings have been reported in Nigeria recently making people worried about their personal and communal safety in the country.
Nigerians upon hearing the report that Bandits has killed another two students among the unknown number of Greenfield University students that was kidnapped on Tuesday, April 20, 2021.
The Bandits had earlier killed three students in what they called a threat message to the families of the victims as they demand a ransom of N800 million.
Aruwan, the Kaduna State Commissioner for internal Security and Home Affairs, had said that he remains of the three students were found in Kwanan Bature village, while Governor Nasir El-Rufai has condemned the killing as sheer wickedness, inhumanity, and an outright desecration of human lives by vile entities.
The situation got worse as the Bandits killed two more students of the University on Monday, this was confirmed by the Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs in the state, Samuel Aruwan, on Monday.
The Kaduna State Governor has reiterated that the bandits will not be paid ransom as he charges security agencies to fish them out and deal with them appropriately.
Reacting to the shocking news, Nigerians and relatives of the victims expressed their displeasure and frustration at the security situation of the country.
Bakwan Kwashe, a relative of one of the victims wrote on twitter: “My brother Abdulrahman was Among the 2 dead bodies of GreenField University kidnapped Victims, Just now the news came to me that the 2 bodies was found stabbed in the school premises. May he rest in peace
I woke up feeling horrible about this Kaduna's Greenfield University's incident. We must admit we failed those kids. All schools in Nigeria by now, public or private should be at heightened security code. Its time Kaduna deployed 24hrs surveillance chopper or drones in its sky.— Son of David (@DrOlusesan) April 27, 2021
Kaduna State has announced that 2 more students of Greenfield University have been found dead. El-Rufai's no ransom policy may be right, but abandoning victims to be killed is brazen deflection of responsibility. El-Rufai has to find ways of stopping abduction and saving victims.— Bulama Bukarti (@bulamabukarti) April 26, 2021
Lord God. You see this kidnapped brothers and sisters of mine from Greenfield University. They did nothing wrong. They just want to get a degree and this wicked men think their parents are their bankers. Lord God please protect them. 5 is enough. Please Lord Jesus. Amen— The Young Uncle (@nenkinan_deshi) April 26, 2021