Abducted students of Kogi Confluence University regain freedom

Tee Rasheed
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Barely 24 hours after the visit of Kogi State Governor, Ahmed Usman Ododo, to the scene of the crime, the abducted students of Confluence University of Science and Technology (CUSTECH), Osara, in Kogi State, have been rescued unhurt.

The students were found by a joint operation carried out by the Nigerian police force and the military, who managed to track down the location where the students were being held captive. The rescue operation was conducted swiftly and efficiently, resulting in the safe return of all the abducted students to their families.

Governor Ododo expressed his relief and gratitude for the successful rescue operation, stating that the safety and well-being of the students were his top priority. He also commended the security forces for their swift response and professionalism in handling the situation.

The students, who were visibly shaken but unharmed, were immediately taken to a nearby hospital for medical check-ups and counseling. The Governor assured them that the government would do everything in its power to ensure their safety and security in the future.

The incident has sent shockwaves through the community, raising concerns about the security situation in the region. Governor Ododo has vowed to strengthen security measures in the state to prevent such incidents from happening again. He also called on the public to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities to the authorities.

As the students reunite with their families and try to recover from their traumatic experience, the community is grateful for their safe return and hopeful for a brighter future.

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