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President Tinubu Vows to Rescue Abducted Students in Zamfara and Safeguard Education



President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has instructed security agencies to immediately rescue the remaining female students from the Federal University Gusau, Zamfara State, who were recently abducted by terrorists.

This resolute stance was conveyed in a statement released Sunday by his Media Adviser, Ajuri Ngelale. ALSO READ:

In condemning the abhorrent act of abduction, President Tinubu underscored that there can be no moral justification for such a heinous crime against innocent victims whose sole “offence” was their pursuit of quality education.

The President’s unwavering commitment to safeguarding every Nigerian citizen forms the cornerstone of his administration’s mandate. Accordingly, he assured the families of the abducted students that no effort would be spared in ensuring their safe return.

Furthermore, President Tinubu expressed the federal government’s determination to protect educational institutions as bastions of knowledge, growth, and opportunity. These institutions must be sanctuaries, free from the threats posed by terrorists.

While this rescue operation unfolds, it’s worth noting that six of the kidnapped students have already been successfully rescued by the diligent efforts of operatives from Operation Hadarin Daji, a branch of the Nigerian Army.

The operation secured the release of these students and resulted in the elimination of several terrorists. Additionally, the recovery of operational motorcycles and an AK47 rifle, among other items, has dealt a significant blow to the perpetrators of this crime.

The ongoing efforts to rescue the remaining students and the resolute stance of the government in safeguarding education are indicative of the nation’s collective determination to confront the scourge of terrorism and ensure the security and well-being of its citizens.

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