NAPMAIDEs condemn ABSU students’ kidnapping, want them rescue unhurt

The Chairman of the renowned parliamentary media group, Prince Oyelude Oladele, in a statement condemned the abduction of the varsity students, describing it as an abominable crime.

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The National Assembly Progressive Media Aides (NAPMAIDEs) condemn the kidnapping of students of Abia State University (ABSU) by unknown gang of hoodlums along Okigwe-Uturu road.

The Chairman of the renowned parliamentary media group, Prince Oyelude Oladele, in a statement condemned the abduction of the varsity students, describing it as an abominable crime.

“We totally condemn the abduction of Abia State University Students (ABSU) who did nothing wrong than moving in a mini van from Okigwe to Uturu between 7pm – 8pm when they ran into the armed gang who marched them into the nearby forest.

This is an unfortunate act that must be condemned by all concerned Nigerians”.

“We appeal to security agencies to swing into actions and ensure the abducted students are rescued unhurt; the chairman said”.

Oyelude sympathize with the parents of the abducted students and encouraged Nigerians to rally round the distraught families and support the security forces with useful information that will ensure that those behind this unfortunate development are apprehended and brought to book.

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