The four Zamfara State College of Health Science and Technology, Tsafe, students who were kidnapped have been released.
Bandits broke into a rented residence near the school grounds around 3 a.m. on Wednesday, April 13 and grabbed five pupils, according to LIB.
While being led into the wilderness, one of them managed to flee.
Jamilu Lawali, the college’s Deputy Provost, verified their release to Channels Television over the phone on Thursday evening.
The four female students, he claims, were released by their kidnappers on Thursday at a site near Tsafe town.
He stated that no ransom was paid in exchange for their release.
“They were released this evening near Tsafe town, and the school did not pay a dollar for their release,” he claimed.
The four pupils are currently receiving medical treatment at an unnamed hospital.
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