After allegedly collecting N100 million ransom and promised to release in batches, students of Bethel Baptist School Kaduna in their captivity ,the gunmen reneged on their promise and have asked for a fresh N50 million ransom before they would release the remaining 83 students.
“After the parents contributed N100 million for the release of their children, the bandits ended up releasing only 28 of them, promising that others will be released in batches. Now they are demanding an additional ransom of N50 million to release the remaining 83 students in their custody.
The parents are hopeless and devastated by this development having sold everything they had to raise N100 million that was given to the bandits.”
But the President of the Baptist Conference, Kaduna, Rev. Ishaya Jangado, who is also the proprietor of the school, said he was not aware of the fresh demand, as there was no update from the bandits.