The Kaduna State Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has invalidated the supposed killing of three out of the kidnapped female understudies of Bethel Baptist High School by bandits.
Rev. John Joseph Hayab, State Chairman of CAN, clarified that every one of the seized understudies are in acceptable condition in opposition to reports of attack and killing.
He added that in spite of falsehood, the guardians and different partners are consistently in contact with the ruffians, who affirmed to them that the influenced understudies are altogether doing fine in their custody.
Rev. Hayab fervently kept any structure from getting assault and killing of any understudy by the criminals, saying that the phony news is pitiful and communicated alarm at for what reason would create such lies.
According to the CAN state executive, “There is nothing similar to that. We are in touch with the outlaws. The young ladies are doing fine, and none has been killed up until this point. On the off chance that it’s anything but a wish, we implore that wish won’t ever come true.”
He guaranteed that exchange is right now going on between the guardians, partners and the criminals over the payment to be paid for the arrival of the leftover 120 students.
The Chairman clarified that the test they have now is the requests the outlaws are making on them, focusing on that the payoff is absurd, however dealings are ongoing.
Rev. Hayab further clarified that they have not paid one kobo as payoff, “aside from the food stuff we contributed and gave the criminals for the taking care of the children.”
He encouraged the ruffians to have empathy on the understudies and their folks and claimed that they should realize that the guardians are poor with some of them jobless and couldn’t satisfy the needs of paying school fees.
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