The reasons why five innocent students from Greenfield University in Kaduna state were killed have been discovered by bandits.
The students were killed, according to the criminals, to demonstrate the government’s failure. Remember that on April 20, bandits stormed the school and kidnapped the students after killing a security guard.
The bandits say they will continue to kill students until their demands are met, according to the Daily Trust. They revealed this in an interview with Voice of America’s Hausa Service (VOA).
Sani Idris Jalingo was the name of the criminal who spoke up. In addition, he requested ten Honda motorcycles for his gang.
According to him, the families of the students have already paid N55 million to them but they had used the money to feed them.
“We heard the utterances of the Kaduna state governor that he will not pay ransom to bandits to purchase additional arms. “He also said he told his family that he will not pay ransom if any of them is kidnapped. So, we want to show that the Nigerian Government has failed that is why we killed the students.”
Meanwhile, some of the kidnapped students who spoke during the interview appealed to the government and their parents to take the threats seriously. It was reported that the bandits who abducted some students from a private university in Kaduna have threatened to kill the remaining 17 in their custody if their demands are not met.
The criminals are asking for a ransom of N100 million as well as 10 brand Honda motorcycles.
In an interview with the Hausa Service of Voice of America (VOA) Jalingo said if these are not provided by the Kaduna state government or the families of the abductees, by Tuesday, May 4, they will all be killed.