Shooters attack private college in Kaduna state


Shooters have assaulted a private college in Nigeria's Northern Kaduna state, killing one staff and abducting a few understudies, police and authorities said on Wednesday. 

It was not quickly clear the number of understudies had been snatched from Greenfield University, during the Tuesday night assault and one authority said they were all the while leading a headcount. 

Two authorities at the college told AFP, in any event 20 understudies were all the while missing, however it was muddled the number had been taken by shooters or may have escaped the assault. 

"There was an assault at about 20:15 (1915 GMT) the previous evening. The speculated scoundrels invaded the college in huge numbers," nearby police representative Mohammed Jalige told AFP. 

"A few understudies are said to have been missing, however we are yet to learn the number of," he added. "We have sent our men to discover the culprits and salvage the people in question." 

Since December, groups of thugs referred to locally as criminals have progressively focused on schools and universities for capturing, assaulting, wanting to recover installments from the specialists. 

The Greenfield University assault was the fifth grabbing attack on a Nigerian school or schools since December.

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