Bandits have Threaten To Kill the remaining 17 Greenfield Students if N100m ransom is not paid Before Tuesday.
The lives of about seventeen students from Greenfield University in Kaduna are currently in danger, as the gang’s leader, Sani Idris Jalingo, who abducted them on April 20, 2021, has threatened to kill them unless a ransom of N100 million and ten Boko Haram motorcycles is paid.
After collecting ₦ 50 million ransom from the parents of the students.
Sani Jalingo kidnapped about 23 Greenfield students last month and killed five of them after the state government failed to meet their demands.
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El’Rufai had declared that he would not bargain with terrorists or bandits. He also said that he would rid the state of bandits.
“El Rufai claims that his government has never negotiated with bandits and will never do so. When they are discovered, he calls for their immediate elimination.”
Sani Idris Jalingo, in response to his comment, told the Voice of America’s Hausa Service that if the ransom is not paid, his group will kill the remaining 17 students.