Sunday, 22 March 2015

Kidnapped provost released, another abducted in Benue

The abducted provost of the College of Education, Katsina-Ala in Benue state, Dr. Hans Senwua has been released following the efforts of security operatives in the state.

This is even on the heels of another kidnap of one Kon Innocent, a proprietor of Kon Adema Nursery and Primary School in Gboko.
The Gboko chapter of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) in a communiqué jointly signed by its President, Mrs. Salaudeen Tabitha  and Secretary, Pastor Ikena, yesterday appealed to the state government to, as a matter of urgency, swing into action and ensure the prompt release of their member.

Governor Gabriel Suswam, in reaction to the spate of kidnappings in the state, yesterday said that he was greatly saddened that such acts of criminality which his administration had laboured so hard to root out of the state earlier on, had reared its ugly head again.

Speaking through his media aide, James Uloko, the governor condemned the abduction of Dr. Senwua, who he described as a harmless and hardworking administrator, a man who devoted his life to the education of youths for the greater future of society.

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