Abducted students: Allow more time for negotiation, parents plead with bandits
…Don’t allow faceoff with Kaduna govt make you irrational
By Adesina Wahab
The National Parent Teacher Association of Nigeria, NAPTAN, has appealed to the bandits who abducted some students of Greenfield University, Kaduna State to allow more time for negotiation that will lead to the peaceful resolution of the crisis at hand.
The National President of NAPTAN, Alhaji Haruna Danjuma, who spoke in an interview with Vanguard on Tuesday, also pleaded with the bandits not to allow the faceoff between them and the Kaduna State Government push them into taking irrational action.
Danjuma also called on the bandits to fear God and not kill the innocent students.
He spoke in reaction to the threat by the bandits that unless a ransom of N100 million is paid by today, Tuesday, the remaining 17 students in their custody would be killed.