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by Victor Ndubuisi

Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate for 2023, has denounced the kidnapping of more than 200 students and a teacher from nearby primary and junior secondary schools in Kuriga, Kaduna State’s Chikun Local Government area.

In a post shared on his X account, Obi pleaded with the government to guarantee the kids’ safe release and to make sure stronger security measures are put in place to prevent similar incidents in the future.

The post reads, “We are again confronted with the ugly news of the abduction of over 200 pupils and students plus a teacher of local primary and junior secondary schools in Kuriga, Chikun Local Government area of Kaduna State.

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“While every effort should be directed towards the safe release of the children, better security measures need to be implemented to avoid future occurrences”.


The former governor warned that there will be a rise in the number of children who are not in school as a result of the harmful effects of insecurity on education.

“While insecurity has continued to bear down on every sector of our national existence, its negative impact on education will be more devastating for the nation.

“We are already contending with an army of over 18 million out-of-school children, arising from the closure of schools due to insecurity. Further attacks on schools will only aggravate these numbers, drive more children into the streets, and add to the insecurity situation of the country”, he wrote.


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