Former Nigerian lawmaker, Senator Shehu Sani, has called out all federal appointees, lawmakers at both state and federal level to take actions to secure the release of the remaining 17 Greenfield University students from bandits.
Recall that a leader of the bandit group responsible for the kidnapping of the Kaduna varsity students had given the government and parents of the remaining students an ultimatum, threatened to kill the remaining students if its demands are not met within the speculated hours.
Naija News understands that the declaration has raised tension among parents, the government and concerned Nigerians. While the hours of their execution as declared by the bandits draw near, Shehu Sank took to his Twitter account to warn the state and federal government that the students must not be killed.
The Peoples Democratic Party chieftain said the matter calls for emergency and hence the lawmakers and federal appointees should reach out to parents of the abducted students before the terror group take action as declared.
See Sani’s tweet below:
The Remaining 17 Greenfield Students must not be harmed.If the State & Federal Government has chosen to do nothing about it,nothing stops the Federal & State Lawmakers & Federal Appointees from the state from reaching out to the Parents of the abductees.This is an emergency.
— Senator Shehu Sani (@ShehuSani) May 4, 2021
Source: Naija News