Hundreds of Nigerian trainees still missing out on after school attack

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    Hundreds of Nigerian students still missing after school attack

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    Over 300 trainees are missing out on (Reuters )

    Fears are growing over numerous students who stay missing 3 days after shooters assaulted their school in northern Nigeria.

    More than 300 trainees are still unaccounted for after the attack on the Government Science Secondary School in Kankara, Katsina State, on Friday night.

    A joint rescue operation was released on Saturday by Nigeria’s cops, flying force and army.

    When the young boy’s school was assaulted, cops took part in a gunfight with the shooters, enabling lots of trainees to scale the school’s fence and run for security, according to Katsina State cops spokesperson Gambo Isah.

    The armed force remained in gunfights with suspects after finding their hideout in the Zango/Paula forest on Saturday, according to a declaration by President Muhammadu Buhari.

    Salish Masi’s 2 boys are amongst those still missing out on from the school which has more than 600 trainees.

    ‘I am worried that after three days I have no news about my children,’ he stated on Monday.

    ‘I have been waiting for the authorities to tell me what happened but till now, they have said nothing.’

    Parents gather during a meeting at the Government Science school after gunmen abducted students from it, in Kankara, in northwestern Katsina state, Nigeria December 13, 2020. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

    Parents collect throughout a conference at the school (Reuters)

    Another moms and dad, Mustapha Gargaba, stated he is really nervous due to the fact that he does not understand what has actually taken place to his boy.

    No group or individuals have actually declared obligation for the kidnapping of the trainees, the Katsina state guv stated after consulting with security authorities.

    UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres on Monday condemned the attack on the school and called ‘for the immediate and unconditional release of the abducted children and for their safe return to their families’, in a declaration provided in New York.

    While a number of groups of criminals are active in northwestern Nigeria, the ones understood to abduct for ransom have links to jihadists Boko Haram and its breakaway faction, the Islamic State’s West Africa Province, called Iswap.

    More than 1,100 individuals have actually been eliminated by shooters in an escalation of attacks throughout the very first half of the year, according to Amnesty International, which stated the federal government was stopping working to bring the assaulters to justice.

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