Buhari condemns killing of kaduna students, describes attack as barbaric


President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday strongly condemned the killing of three of the students kidnapped at Greenfield University, Kaduna State, described the attack as barbaric terror.

Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to Mr President on Media and Publicity Made this known in a press statement.

The President who also described the students as bright youngsters who were cut down by evil people in their prime, consoled the breaved families in the statement.

“My thoughts are with their families in this time of grief. May their souls rest in peace,” said the President.

On the re-ocurring incidents of kidnappings and killings in Kaduna State in particular, the President condemned them as “barbaric terror attacks,” and described as “unfortunate the tenor of some political and religious leaders that seem to further incite and stoke the pain and anguish of mourning families who are forced to confront these atrocities.  Addressing this scourge, requires a great show of empathy and coming together as a society to squarely confront these elements and the danger it poses to our democracy and peaceful life in the country.”

He gave strong assurances that those that think that profits can be made, either from money paid as ransom or in politics, “will realise sooner than later that they are bound by the same fate as their victims.

“Banditry, kidnapping and the politics of murders will be fought with all the resources available to our country,” declared the President.

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