Greenfield Students Released After Parents Paid N180m in Ransom

IGP Usman Alkali Baba

 

Parents of abducted Greenfield Students say they paid N180million to secure the release of their children, according to TVC news monitored in Lagos by THISAGE.

A dark women and a man wearing a free cap said they had to source the money themselves without any assistance, monetarily or security wise, from the government. “It is a shame, big disappointment.” The man lamented.

Fourteen students were abducted 20th April this year when bandits broke into the University, killing a staff and abducting twenty students and three staff members.

Three of the students were found dead 23rd April and two of them were again found dead 25th April 2021 in a village close to the school. One of the student was earlier released after ransom was paid for his release by his parents.