Federal Government Condemns Abductions in Kaduna, Vows to Rescue Women and School Children

The Federal Government strongly condemns the recent abductions of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) at Wurge Community in Ngala LGA, Borno State, by armed ISWAP terrorists, and the abduction of school-age children at Government Secondary School (GSS) Kuriga in Gwagwada District, Chikun LGA, Kaduna State, by a group of bandits.

These abductions are deplorable and completely against the core values of humanity. The government firmly stands against any form of violence or coercion aimed at innocent civilians, especially the most vulnerable in our society. Our children have the right to pursue education in safe environments, free from harm or the fear of harm. Any threat to their safety is a direct assault on the future of our nation.

In light of these distressing events, the President has instructed security agencies to act swiftly to ensure the safe return of all those abducted, and to apprehend the perpetrators responsible for these acts.

Our hearts go out to the affected families and communities, and we share in their pain during this difficult time. The government is committed to seeking justice for the victims and holding those behind these despicable acts accountable under the full force of the law.

We urge the public to remain calm yet vigilant, and to provide any information that could aid the security agencies in their efforts. It is through collective action and unity that we can effectively combat the threats of banditry, insurgency, and insecurity in our nation.

The government reiterates its unwavering dedication to safeguarding the lives and property of all citizens. We will continue to work tirelessly to ensure that the ability of criminals to carry out such attacks is consistently and irreversibly diminished.

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