Abducted FUAM students regain freedom

The three students of the Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi (FUAM) in Benue state, who were abducted from the school premises on April 25, have regained their freedom. Read the previous report here.

The Benue state police public relations officer, Catherine Anene confirmed their release on Wednesday, April 28. Anene said the students were freed on Tuesday, April 27 with no ransom paid.

Abducted FUAM students regain freedom

Rosemary Waku, director of information, protocol, and public relations of FUAM also confirmed the release of the students.

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