Militants Abduct 6 Students From Lagos State Model Secondary School In Epe




A gang of militants, early on Thursday morning, struck at Lagos State Model College, Igbonla, Epe, abducting six students from the boys’ hostel. Earlier in the week, the kidnappers had written to the school, informing the authorities of their plan to strike.
BY NaiJaxtreme
A gang of militants, early on Thursday morning, struck at Lagos State Model College, Igbonla, Epe, abducting six students from the boys’ hostel. Earlier in the week, the kidnappers had written to the school, informing the authorities of their plan to strike.





The school management promptly notified the Nigerian Police, which sent its men to take strategic positions around the school.

However, the Police were overwhelmed by the number of militants and the sophisticated weapons they carried. The kidnappers are believed to be Niger Delta militants, who have been involved in a variety of criminal activities in the area.

Last October, kidnappers attacked the same school seizing four students, two members of staff, including a Vice Principal.

www.naijaxtreme.com
www.naijaxtremefashion.com

Follow us:
Twitter: @naijaxtreme
Instagram: @naijaxtreme_fashion
Facebook : @naijaxtreme page

 




NAIJAXTREME, MD, USA

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Next Post

Civil Rights Lawyer Tunji Abayomi Warns Osinbajo Against Signing 2017 Budget, Vows To Sue National Assembly

Thu May 25 , 2017
Lawyer and pro-democracy activist, Mr. Tunji Abayomi, has warned the acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, not to sign the 2017 budget into law and advised him to initiate a public interest litigation against the National Assembly for increasing the budget submitted to it for approval by the President. By Naijaxtreme […]

Looking For More?