Kogi State Celebrates as All Remaining Kidnapped Students Are Safely Rescued – A Triumph of Unity and Resilience

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In a thrilling turn of events, the Kogi State Government has announced the successful rescue of the remaining eight kidnapped students of Confluence University of Science and Technology, Osara. With the students now safely reunited with their families, Governor Ahmed Usman Ododo has praised the dedication and teamwork of all involved in the operation.

Governor Ododo commended President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for his swift mobilization of resources, as well as the National Security Adviser and all the officers and men of the Armed Forces for their commitment to the release of the students. The Governor also extended his gratitude to Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazak of Kwara State for his unwavering support and cooperation throughout the rescue mission.

As the state celebrates the safe return of the students, Governor Ododo has pledged to continue strengthening the security architecture in Kogi State. He emphasized the importance of the Safe School Initiative and vowed to protect the right of every child to quality education. With a focus on keeping schools safe and secure, the Governor reiterated the state’s commitment to providing free education up to the secondary school level and ensuring that students have the necessary support to excel in their academic pursuits.

In light of recent events, Governor Ododo urged citizens to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities to the security agencies. He stressed the importance of community involvement in preventing crime and maintaining a safe environment for all residents.

As Kogi State looks towards a brighter and safer future, the successful rescue of the kidnapped students serves as a reminder of the resilience and unity of the people. With a renewed sense of purpose, the state stands united in the fight against banditry, kidnapping, and all forms of criminality.

With the students back home safe and sound, a new chapter of hope and solidarity begins in Kogi State.

Date: 02/06/2024

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