Unknown Gunmen abduct 7 Unijos students

Unknown Gunmen abduct 7 Unijos students

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Unknown Gunmen abduct 7 Unijos students

Unknown Gunmen abduct 7 Unijos students. In a recent update, DSP Alfred Alabo, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) of the state’s Police command, personally confirmed the occurrence of an incident to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Jos on Wednesday. This confirmation actively sheds light on the situation, offering a clearer understanding of the events.

According to Alabo’s report, a group of unidentified gunmen actively abducted several students from their off-campus hostel on Monday night. This incident has actively sparked significant concern and anxiety within the university community, as ensuring the safety and well-being of the students remains an active priority. Consequently, the authorities are actively investigating the matter and actively taking all necessary measures to ensure the safe return of the abducted students.

In an unexpected twist, the gunmen actively separated the students from their study materials as they were actively preparing for their second-semester examinations, which were originally scheduled to actively commence on Tuesday. While the provided explanation actively offers some insight into the mysterious disappearance, it regrettably leaves numerous questions actively unanswered.

Unfortunately, an active confirmation has been made that seven students from the University of Jos were indeed abducted by unknown gunmen. This active and deeply saddening occurrence highlights the extent to which criminal elements actively resort to such reprehensible acts, causing active distress and anxiety among the academic community and the general public. Undoubtedly, actively prioritizing the safety and security of students should always take precedence. Therefore, it is profoundly disheartening to actively witness such incidents unfolding in our society.

“The Commissioner of Police in the state, Bartholomew Onyeka, has deployed armed police personnel to arrest the kidnappers and ensure the safe release of the abducted students.

“Operation Safe Haven (OPSH), and security agencies have also deployed their personnel for search and rescue operation,” Alaba said.

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