PTA begs Kidnappers not to kill students


The National Association of Parents Teachers Association of Nigeria (PTA) has spoke to the abductors of Greenfield University Students not to slaughter them. 

The allure came after the crooks in a meeting with VOA Hausa on Monday May 3, requested for N100 million and 10 new bikes as payoff for the arrival of the understudies who they took steps to kill if the requests were not met by the public authority and guardians of the understudies. 

Public President of PTA, Haruna Danjuma, said there was strain and dread among guardians and concerned residents over dangers by the crooks. He portrayed the danger as upsetting, saying the request became vital in light of the fact that as guardians, they need every one of the understudies back home safe. 

Danjuma said; 

"We were stunned and not content with that assertion on the radio that all our excess Greenfield understudies would be killed by scoundrels if N100 million and 10 bikes were not given to them today, Tuesday. 

'We are basically imploring them not to slaughter some other understudy since they are blameless people. 

'The cutoff time is truly troubling and we as guardians are totally concerned and stressed over the existences of our understudies and instructors of the Greenfield University."

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