President Tinubu Vows No Ransom Payment for Kuriga Abduction

President Bola Tinubu has reaffirmed his stance against the payment of ransom for the rescue of the abducted children from Kuriga, Kaduna State.
The President made this declaration during the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting held at the Presidential Villa in Abuja today.
Addressing State House Correspondents after the FEC meeting, the Minister of Information and National Orientation, Muhammad Idris, conveyed President Tinubu’s directive to the defence to ensure the safe rescue and return of the abducted children to their families.
President Tinubu reiterated his firm stance against ransom payment to kidnappers, emphasizing the government’s determination to combat kidnapping and other criminal activities in the country. He made it clear that under his administration, mass abductions, especially of children, will not be tolerated.
The President’s declaration comes in the wake of a recent kidnapping incident in Buba village, Kajuru Local Government Area of Kaduna State, where at least 60 individuals were abducted by bandits.
This attack occurred just days after the abduction of 287 students from LEA Primary School and Government Secondary School in Kuriga, Chikun Local Government Area.
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