Terrorists Abduct Primary School Pupils In Nasarawa
A group of terrorists have abducted some pupils from a primary school in Nasarawa State.
The terrorists abducted them on Friday from the Local Government Education Authority Primary School in Alwaza in Doma Local Government Area.
Members of the community said six of the pupils were taken away from the school.
But the spokesman of the state police command, Ramhan Namsel, said that only two boys, aged seven and eight years were abducted by te terrorists.
He also claimed that they were abducted on their way to the school and not in the school.
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Details of the incident were still scanty.
Gunmen have also abducted the sole administrator of Ideato Local Government in Imo State.
The council chairman, Chris Ohizu was shot in the leg before being taken away with two others by the gunmen.
The gunmen also set ablaze his country home on Thursday night in Imoko in Arondizuogu.
The abduction came less than a week to the attack by gunmen on the spokesman of the Coalition of Political Parties (CPP), Ugochinyere Imo at Akokwa in the same axis.
The gunmen during attack on Ugochinyere set his country home ablaze, killed three persons and burnt several vehicles.