Abductors of scholars of Bethel Baptist Excessive College, Damishi, Kaduna, have requested for a recent N50 million ransom for the remaining 83 college students of their custody.
About N100 million ransom is alleged to have been demanded by the bandits to be paid by the mother and father for the discharge of their kids in batches from their captivity.
A supply mentioned that the affected mother and father contributed N100 million for the discharge of the youngsters, however the bandits ended up releasing solely 28 college students, promising that others can be launched in batches.
He added that now they’re demanding N50 million to launch the remaining 83 college students of their custody.
The supply defined that the mother and father at the moment are helpless and devastated by the brand new growth, having bought all they’ve to have the ability to elevate the N100 million demanded by the bandits.
The proprietor of the varsity and President, Baptist Convention, Kaduna, Rev. Yahaya Adamu Jangado, denied the assertion saying that he was not conscious of the brand new demand. He added that there is no such thing as a replace from the bandits on the problem.
In keeping with him, “Up until now there is no such thing as a replace, we’re nonetheless ready for them to launch the remaining college students.”
Recall that the Nigerian Baptist Conference, by way of its President, Rev. Israel Akanji, defined that the Church didn’t pay ransom for the discharge of the scholars.
He couldn’t not confirm whether or not or not the mother and father of the scholars and different stakeholders paid ransom for the discharge of their kids.
He defined, “There are mother and father, well-wishers and neighbours who’re struggling for the youngsters to be launched, subsequently we can not actually prohibit folks from their actions in getting the youngsters out, however as a gaggle we don’t imagine in paying ransom.”