The Federal Government says it is working closely with the Kaduna State government to secure the release of the remaining 17 students of Greenfield University kidnapped in Kaduna State last month.
This was disclosed in a statement by the Presidency on Tuesday evening.
What the Presidency is saying about Greenfield University
“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,” the statement said.
The government added that they will ensure that good triumphs over evil, promising that all bandits & criminals terrorizing innocent lives and 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.”
In case you missed it
On the 24th of April, President Muhammadu Buhari reacted to the news of the killing of students abducted at Greenfield University, Kaduna by bandits promising to continue the fight against banditry, and urged Nigerians to show empathy and come together as a society.