Katsina Abduction: Gov Masari Says 333 Schoolboys Still Missing


Governor Aminu Masari of Katsina State said 333 students, whose school was attacked by bandits are as yet missing.

Armed bandits attacked Government Science Secondary School, Kankara in the Kankara Local Government Area of the state on Friday, December 11, 2020, and purportedly left with many students.

While some have purportedly been rescued and returned to the school, hundreds are as yet missing.

Giving the real number of students that are yet to be discovered, Governor Masari said the school has a populace of 839 students and 333 students are as yet missing after the scoundrel’s assault on their school.

The governor said this when the Minister of Defense, Gen. Salihi Magashi (retd.), drove the country’s service chiefs on a compassion visit to the state on Sunday, December 13, 2020.

Maari stated, “The youngsters so far captured cut across the state in light of the fact that the life experience school buildings all kids from all pieces of the state and some even from outside the state.

“It has a populace of 839 thus far we are yet to represent 333 students. We are as yet excluding in light of the fact that more are coming from the timberland and we are considering those guardians that have telephone numbers to see if or not their youngsters have returned home.

“In view of the accessible record we have, we are as yet looking for 333 students through either the timberland or their folks to learn the real number that has been grabbed.”

He added that the bandits were yet to contact either the public authority or anyone on the abduction.


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