6 students of Lagos secondary school regain freedom after 64 days in kidnappers’ den

The students have finally been released.

The six kidnapped students of Lagos State Model College, Igbonla, have regained freedom.

The students were released today after spending 64 days in captivity.

They were reportedly released in Ajakpa Community in Ondo State and have been immediately moved to the police headquarters in the state.

The students had been abducted two months ago when the kidnappers used the Imeru/Iji waterway to access the swampy forest bordering the school.

The kidnappers bore a hole on a part of the school fence to gain entrance into the school compound.

More details to emerge later…

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