Fulani Herdsmen Kidnap Three Teachers In Edo State


Three secondary school teachers in Ebomisi Secondary school, Ugbogiobo
village, Ovia North East local government area of Edo State have been
kidnapped by suspected herdsmen.

The three male teachers were reportedly abducted on Monday while returning from school.

Three other female teachers who were said to be in the company of the abducted teachers were allowed to go by the kidnappers.

Students
of the school on Tuesday abandoned classes and took to the Benin-Akure
express road to protest their teachers’ abduction.

The students set up bonfires on the road and left passengers and motorists stranded on the road for many hours.

According to them, the road will remain shut to traffic until their teachers are released unhurt.

Speaking
to ITV Radio in Edo state, One of the students said that the policemen
were around the area as at the time the teachers were abducted

Meanwhile,
Some of the teachers, who spoke on anonymity, said the kidnappers have
demanded N10m as ransom on each of the teachers.

Watch Video of Students protesting below;

http://www.cambellsblog.com/2017/02/suspected-fulani-herdsmen-kidnap-three.html

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