Bandits have been said to have invaded a girls’ school in Zamfara, abducting at least three hundred students.
According to the BBC news reported on Friday morning, the mass abduction occurred overnight, saying parents of some of the students have confirmed the development.
“Reports from Nigeria’s north-western state of Zamfara say gunmen abducted hundreds of girls from a boarding secondary school in the early hours of Friday in the town of Jangebe.
“A parent and a teacher who was in the school during the attack told the BBC that more than 300 students are believed to have been kidnapped.
“Police in Zamfara state have yet to comment.” BBC stated.
The abduction is coming barely Nine days after bandits breached a high school in Niger State and seized about 29 students and school administrators, drawing nationwide uproar.