140 students abducted from a residential school in the African state of Kaduna

United Newsdesk :: In Nigeria, gunmen again attacked a school and abducted 140 students.

The incident took place on Monday at a residential school in the African state of Kaduna, Al Jazeera reported.

In Nigeria, there have been 10 kidnappings and attacks on educational institutions in the region since December last year.

Gunmen have attacked a dormitory at Bethel Baptist High School in the southern state of Kaduna. The 140 students of the school could not be found after the overnight attack.

The school’s founder, Reverend John Hayab, told the media that 25 students, including a teacher, had escaped. Among them is his 16-year-old son.

According to John Hayab, the school had about 180 students that day. They were preparing for school exams.

“140 of our students have been abducted,” said Emanuel Paul, a teacher at the school. Only 25 people were rescued. We still don’t know where the students were taken.

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