Gunman called bandits have carried out a spate of mass abductions from schools in northern Nigeria this year, mainly seeking ransoms.
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Gunmen on motorcycles targeted Salihu Tanko Islamic School on Sunday, killing one person and abducting three teachers as well, said school owner Umar Idris
The abduction came a day after 14 students from a university in northwestern Nigeria were freed after 40 days in captivity, one of a series of kidnappings to target colleges and schools since December
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Police said that they have found CCTV footage wherein the victim could be seen stepping out of an auto-rickshaw and sitting near a shop.
In January 2020, 100 civilians were killed by terrorists in the villages of Tchombangou and Zaroumdareye in this region.
The college was said to have some 300 male and female students -- mostly aged 17 and older -- at the time of the attack.
Following the kidnappings, the Zamfara state government announced a curfew, which remains in force.
Gunmen abducted the girls from the Government Girls Junior Secondary School in Jangebe town on Friday, in the latest in a series of mass kidnappings of students in the West African nation.
Heavily-armed criminal gangs in northwest and central Nigeria have stepped up attacks in recent years, kidnapping for ransom, raping and pillaging.
The school has around 1,000 students and it was not immediately clear how many were taken.
The duo supplied drugs at parties attended by businessmen, students and techies.