Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Rumoured Kidnap of School Kids in Abuja Was Armed Robbery - NSCDC

The rumoured kidnap of school children in the Nigerian capital on Tuesday morning was a case of armed robbery, this piece of infromation is being reported by online news medium PREMIUM TIMES.

It said an official of The Vine kiddies academy, the school in Nyanya area of Abuja where the students were alleged to have been kidnapped, confirmed that an empty school bus was seized at gun point. He said there were no students in the bus when it was seized.

It adds that the deputy commandant general (operations) of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, Evans Ewurum, also confirmed the incident.

There was panic in Nyanya, Kurudu, and other communities on the outskirts of Abuja as parents rushed to schools to pick their wards. Many government schools in the areas were later shut, from parents who waited at the gates, to avoid a stampede.

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