The Federal Government on Tuesday said they share the anguish of parents of the abducted students of Greenfield University. The is coming 15 days after gunmen stormed Greenfield University located along the Kaduna–Abuja Highway in Chikun Local Government Area, and kidnapped several students.
The kidnappers have since killed five of the students and threatened to kill 17 of them still in captivity if a ransom of N100 million and 10 motorcycles are not delivered to them. The presidency in a series on Tweets said they share the anguish of the parents of the victims and is working with Kaduna State Government to bring this ‘tragic saga to an end.’
“We deeply share the anguish of the parents of the abducted Greenfield University students. The Federal Government through the military & intelligence agencies is working to support the Kaduna State Govt to bring this tragic saga to an end with no further loss of innocent life.
“We will ensure that good triumphs over evil, & that all of the bandits & criminals terrorizing innocent lives & communities are brought to book. This is a time for all Nigerians to unite, regardless of religion, ethnicity or partisan affiliation—against a common, dastardly enemy,” Presidency tweeted on Tuesday night.