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Release of Kuriga school children: NANS lauds Governor, Nigerian military



NANS Pedro Obi

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has expressed delight over the successful release of school children who were abducted recently at Kuriga, Kaduna State, in northern Nigeria.

A statement issued by the association on Sunday appreciated Kaduna State Governor, Sen. Uba Sani and the people of Kaduna State, saying “your swift action and relentless efforts in ensuring the safe return of these innocent children to their families.”

The statement which was signed by NANS President, Comrade Pedro Obi, added that such “commitment and dedication to the security and welfare of the citizens of Kaduna State are truly commendable” and a demonstration of the “administration’s unwavering commitment to the protection of lives and property.”

“The release of these children brings hope and relief not only to their families but also to the entire nation.

“The trauma and anxiety that the parents, guardians, and well-wishers endured during this period can never be underestimated.

“Your leadership has shown that the government is committed to the well-being of its citizens and will not tolerate any form of criminality.”

“While we celebrate this successful rescue operation, it is important to note that this incident serves as a wake-up call for all stakeholders.

“We urge both the government and the people of Kaduna State to remain vigilant and proactive in ensuring the safety and security of our schools and communities.

“It is imperative that we take immediate steps to beef up security measures, particularly in vulnerable areas, to prevent the recurrence of such unfortunate events.”

NANS however implored the government to prioritize the provision of adequate security personnel, infrastructure, and resources to schools across the state,.stressing that “this will create an environment conducive to learning and reassure parents and guardians that their children are safe within the school premises.”

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It also called on parents, guardians, and school authorities to remain vigilant and collaborate with security agencies to ensure the safety of their children.

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