College abduction: Kaduna police send message to Schools, parents

College abduction: Kaduna police send message to Schools, parents

Police authorities in Kaduna State have called on private School owners and Caregivers to cooperate with law enforcement agents towards riding the State of criminal elements. The advice followed the reported abduction of two Staff and six female students of Engravers College in the early hours of Thursday by gunmen to unknown destination. The incident,

Police authorities in Kaduna State have called on private School owners and Caregivers to cooperate with law enforcement agents towards riding the State of criminal elements.

The advice followed the reported abduction of two Staff and six female students of Engravers College in the early hours of Thursday by gunmen to unknown destination.

The incident, according to a statement by DSP Yakubu Sabo, Police Public Relations Officer in w Kaduna State Command, occurred in a remote area near Kakau Daji village in Chikun Local Government Area of the State.

“The Command therefore, is using this opportunity to reiterate its call on all the private school proprietors within the State to liaise with their nearest Police formation and promptly report incidents or suspicious persons around schools to forestall future occurrence of ugly incidents.

He said upon receipt of that information, the Commissioner of police in the State, Mr Ali Aji Janga “immediately mobilized combined teams of Anti-kidnapping, SARS, and conventional police to the area for possible rescue of the victims and arresting the perpetrators of the unfortunate incident.

According to him, “IGP’s Intelligent Respond team (IRT) has been contacted for technical support”.

DSP Sabo recalled in the statement that “The Command received an information through DPO Toll Gate, in the early hours of today 03/10/2019 at about 0310hrs that, some armed men gained entry into the Engravers College, a Boarding secondary school in a remote area near Kakau Daji village in Chikun L.G.A and took away two staff of the college and six (6) female students to unknown destination”.

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He said the police Commissioner, Mr Aji Janga assured the public that, “the Command is doing everything possible to secure the release of all the victims unhurt.

“The Command therefore, is using this opportunity to reiterate its call on all the private school proprietors within the State to liaise with their nearest Police formation and promptly report incidents or suspicious persons around schools to forestall future occurrence of ugly incidents”, the statement said.

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