Kogi State Governor Mobilizes Security to Rescue Abducted Students at CUSTECH

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In a swift response to the alarming news of an invasion at the Confluence University of Science and Technology (CUSTECH), the Kogi State Government has assured the public that they are on top of the situation. Nine students were reported missing after being kidnapped from their classrooms on Thursday night.

Governor Ahmed Usman Ododo wasted no time in activating the security architecture to track the kidnappers and ensure the safe rescue of the abducted students. Local hunters and conventional security agents are currently combing the area, putting their knowledge of the terrain to use in the pursuit of the abductors.

“We wish to assure students, parents, and the entire people of Kogi State that the Government is on top of the situation and all the abducted students will be rescued alive,” stated Kingsley Femi Fanwo, the Hon. Commissioner for Information and Communications. Governor Ododo has also ordered increased security presence around all tertiary institutions in the state to prevent further incidents.

The bravery and dedication of the local hunters and security agents have been commended for their efforts in engaging the kidnappers and preventing a more dire outcome. The State Government is determined to ensure the safe rescue of all the abducted students and their reunion with their families.

“We won’t submit to terror. We shall prevail,” declared Commissioner Fanwo. The government is determined to see a swift and successful resolution to this crisis, with the safety and well-being of the students as the top priority.

With the combined efforts of the security forces and the support of the community, Kogi State remains steadfast in the face of adversity, standing united against any threats to the safety and security of its people.




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