FG should rescue our children at all costs – Greenfield varsity parents

Parents of 16 Greenfield University, Kaduna students left with abductors have appealed to the Federal Government to spare no cost to effect their rescue.

They expressed fear over the safety of the remaining students following the release of one of them on Tuesday.

The parents lamented the kidnappers were insisting on ransom of N100m, an amount they said is too much for them.

One of the parents told The Nation: “We don’t know their health situation, we don’t know whether they are eating or they are not eating. We don’t know the treatment or maltreatment they are going through.”

On the state of negotiation with the bandits, the parent said the bandits jettisoned the idea of individual negotiations since after the VOA interview.

Parents of 16 Greenfield University, Kaduna students left with abductors have appealed to the Federal Government to spare no cost to effect their rescue.

They expressed fear over the safety of the remaining students following the release of one of them on Tuesday.

The parents lamented the kidnappers were insisting on ransom of N100m, an amount they said is too much for them.

One of the parents told The Nation: “We don’t know their health situation, we don’t know whether they are eating or they are not eating. We don’t know the treatment or maltreatment they are going through.”

On the state of negotiation with the bandits, the parent said the bandits jettisoned the idea of individual negotiations since after the VOA interview.

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