Suspected fulani herdsmen demands N350 million to release Zamfara college students

Suspected Fulani herdsmen who adopted students and staff of the College of Agriculture and Animal Science, Bakura in Zamfara State, are requesting N350 million as a ransom for their release.

The head of welfare in the college, Habibu Mainasara, confirmed this while conversing with reporters on Tuesday.

He said a total of 20 people were abducted, 4 staff, 15 students, and the college driver.

Findings revealed that the gunmen stormed the institution around 11 pm on Sunday and kidnapped the students and staff of the college at midnight.

During the attack, two watchmen and a police officer were killed.

However, Zamfara State Governor, Bello Matawalle, had promised to ensure the release of the victims of the latest abduction by bandits.

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