Following attacks on Bethel Baptist High School, Kaduna where 140 students were kidnapped on Monday, another report had it that the attempt to kidnap students of Faith Academy was also averted by the military.
The Faith Academy, located at Mararaban Rido, Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State is less than 500 metres away from the Bethel Baptist High School where students were abducted on Monday.
Tribune Online findings revealed that the bandits had broken part of the perimeter fence from behind in an attempt to enter the school, but was foiled by the soldiers and school security guards.
A parent who confided with some newsmen said the school management had met and planned to relocate some of the students to an undisclosed location in the Barnawa area of the city, “to continue with their preparation for their exams.”
“The bandits broke into the school through the perimeter wall and went straight to boys hostel.
However, he said the boys were smart enough to go into the ceiling.
“Meanwhile, the soldiers around had to reinforce to support them. So, they could not carry out their plans.
“Some of the students, SS3 are now in Barnawa and they wrote their papers today. We are operating from Barnawa now,” the source affirmed.
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