The kidnappers of the students of Greenfield University, Kaduna has demanded for an additional N100m after a N60m ransom has been paid to them. The kidnappers has released some of the students and with held 16 others.
Parents of the remaining kidnapped students of the Greenfield University, Kaduna in bandits’ captivity have begged the Federal Government to rescue their children, saying the bandits refused to release all the kidnapped students after paying N60m ransom.
We can no longer meet the latest demand of N160m cumulative ransom by the bandits the parents said.
The students were abducted by the bandits on April 20, 2021 at the school located along the Kaduna-Abuja highway have spent 24 days in captivity.
Few days after their abduction, the bandits killed five of the 23 students for failure to pay N800m they demanded as ransom.
Also, the bandits’ leader, Sani Jalingo, in an interview on the Hausa Service of the Voice of America, vowed to kill the remaining students if the parents failed to bring N100m and 10 motorcycles.
We paid N60m and only two of our children were released,they have killed five of them,they are now demanding for an additional N100m to release the remaining sixteen. Federal government come to our aid urgently and release our children safely. The parents of the kidnapped students said.