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El-Rufai reveals what he’ll do if bandits kidnap his son
The Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai has pledged not to pay the ransom even when bandits finally kidnap his son.
El-Rufai stated he was so in opposition to the expense on ransom that he would rather pray his son made heaven if kidnapped than pay kidnappers.
He made the remarks on Radio during an interview on Friday.
He stated, “I mean it and I’ll say it once more here. Even if my son is kidnapped, I’ll rather pray for him to make heaven instead because I won’t pay any ransom.”
The governor foreclosed spending for ransom to establish the discharge of the scholars kidnapped by bandits from the Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation, Kaduna on March 11.
In line with him, his government is “absolutely not paying ransom” however contemplating different means to make sure the scholars are returned to their parents.
In the meantime, the Kaduna State Government on Friday delivered one other 5 out of the 39 kidnapped college students of the Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation Mando in Igabi Local Government Area of the state freed by bandits to their guardians.
The 5 college students have been released closely 72 hours after the first set of 5 college students were additionally set free by the bandits on Thursday night.
By this, the overall number of the students released thus far is 10, remaining 29 others still in their captors’ cave.