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VIDEO: No Ransom Paid for Kaduna Student’s Release?

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The Nigerian Government, on Monday, insisted no ransom was paid for the release of the abducted Kuriga children in Kaduna State.

The Minister of Information, Mohammed Idris, who briefed State House Correspondents after the Federal Executive Council meeting, said the victims secured their freedom through the concerted efforts of security agencies in the country.
The minister said President Bola Tinubu is determined to end this cycle of payment of ransom to kidnappers.
He also reiterated the determination of the current administration to end abductions in the country.
Idris said the Nigerian Armed Forces are upping their game and have developed a new strategy to ensure the security of every Nigerian.
Responding to questions about why the government has not responded to comments made by Islamic scholar, Sheikh Abubakar Gumi, over the activities of bandits in the country, the minister said the government is open to constructive advice that will assist it tackle the challenge of insecurity in the country.
However, he warned that the Federal Government will not hesitate to deal with anyone found to be making reckless comments capable of exacerbating more security challenges in the country.

Mohammed Idris- Minister of Information

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